• November

      11

      2016
    • 445
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    6 Little Known Energy Wasters Affecting Your Low-Rise Construction

    Low-rise buildings for residential and commercial use are smaller in size from high-rise buildings as there will be only ten levels of space or less. These buildings may be separated into individual resident-occupied rental units, or blocks of office spaces. Normally, low-rise buildings will use up fewer energy resources, making them more economical to run

    • October

      24

      2016
    • 458
    • 0

    Get Your Home Ready for Winter in These 6 Simple Steps

    Each year seems to go by quicker than the last. Be prepared when old man winter knocks at your door. Get your home winter ready in these five easy steps. Heating System Tune Up: Don’t wait until the temperature drops to find out that your heat pump or furnace aren’t in tip-top shape. Invest in a

    • October

      17

      2016
    • 476
    • 0

    Is Your Home Built to Fight Fire?

    Most houses continue to have wood frames not because wood is the best or safest material, but because people have been constructing houses from wood for so long it’s an entrenched part of the construction sector. However, ICFs, or Insulated Concrete Forms, are becoming increasingly popular; they insulate, block sound, and maintain stability far better

    • September

      28

      2016
    • 274
    • 0

    Simple Ways to Save Money On Your Build

    As builders and buyers look to continually fight rising costs, making small changes and minor substitutions, as a way of value engineering, can largely impact the final cost of a build. Putting some thought into the final product during the early design phase can save headaches and hassles before changes are required on the backend to meet

    • September

      19

      2016
    • 293
    • 0

    Do I Really Need a Building Permit for This?

    When building a new home or business, it’s essential for contractors to obtain a building permit and post it at the construction site. Without it, the city or town would shut down the project. But what about things like room additions, adding a deck, a bathroom or a new office wing? Do you really need to

    • September

      14

      2016
    • 275
    • 0
    Staying Safe: Fortified Construction Protects Your Home & Family

    Staying Safe: Fortified Construction Protects Your Home & Family

    Climate change is affecting us all with documented increases in severe weather events such as hurricanes, tornadoes, storm surges and drought. Because of this, there is an industry movement towards building fortified homes capable of standing up to the worst nature has to offer. Your biggest concern as a parent is keeping your family safe, and

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