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Everything You Need To Know About Quartz Countertops

Kitchen countertops tend to be one of the most used items within your home. From cooking dinner, to eating breakfast, to hosting buffets and family get togethers, countertops need to be comprised of a material that is both easy to clean and durable. Today there are many different options to consider for your countertops. It’s

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Home Exterior

4 Landscaping Red Flags Real Estate Agents Need to Point Out

Guest Post Provided by: Eli Hall of AMS Landscaping This video is about pointing out the 4 landscaping red flags real estate agents need to point out to their clients when  buying a new home. (1)  Water erosion near walls or the house is the first red flag we look for when reviewing a new

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Tool Reviews

Basic & Innovative Tools Every Contractor Should Own

In this article, we’ll briefly touch upon the basic tools that every contractor should have in their toolbox, while also showcasing some new tools that are making work more efficient and exciting.  Carpentry and Framing Tools Clamps (Miter, Spring, C-clamp, Handscrew Clamp) Circular Saw Reciprocating Saw Nail Gun Framing Square Mason Level Clawhammer Ladder Saw

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DIY Projects

Home Improvement: Summer Edition – Spruce Your Yard Up with a New Deck

Building or updating your deck this summer requires high-quality, sustainable materials that are affordable, beautiful, and easy to install. It wouldn’t hurt to use a type of wood that’s regularly endorsed by skilled architects and contractors. Modified wood, like that made from Kebony, has a proven performance record in numerous applications, features several optimal characteristics

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Home Exterior

Steel Log Siding vs. Wood Log Siding

Creating curb appeal on your home is an attractive investment that can be functional and affordable. By choosing the right type of exterior you can increase the value of your property while also enhancing the quality of your life. Homeowners seeking a rustic cabin-style tend to have three choices: concrete, wood, or steel log siding.

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DIY Projects

5 Tips on Designing an Eco-Friendly Outdoor Deck

When building an eco-friendly outdoor deck, you want to be sure to use the best materials that you can to extend the life of your deck and keep it looking great for many years. Here are some tips on how you can do that. 1. Use an Easy-to-Install Flooring Material Hardwood plywood is a great

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Home Exterior

7 Landscape Architecture Trends for 2018

If there is any industry that exemplifies evolution in design it is architecture. Building designers are constantly trying new ideas and experimenting with combining art with function, which leads to a consistent flow of trends in the world of architecture. Though there are no hard and fast rules when it comes to architectural landscaping, it

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Top Overlooked Design Considerations for Green Homes

Designing your dream home can be a deeply satisfying personal project that integrates your passions, lifestyle and artistic preferences.  When creating a home that is centered on sustainable innovation, it is important to recognize that there are many options available. Green homes are increasing in popularity, and construction experts in the industry are taking note.

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Home Improvement

Selecting The Best Moisture-Resistant Plywood Option

Plywood is one of the most frequently utilized building materials available today. It can be found in cabinets, furniture, walls, sub floors, and ceilings, as well as in a variety of outdoor spaces. The quality of plywood you use can make or break the success, look and longevity of any project. Like all wood, most

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Home Exterior

Benefits of Steel Log Siding

In some areas, having fire resistant siding or cladding on your home can make a serious difference in how safe your belongings remain. In dry climates or areas with frequent forest fires, fire resistant house siding can help give you a measure of peace of mind, helping to prevent your home from catching fire due

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