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building a home addition - what you should know

When building an addition to an existing home, many things can go wrong. If you don't know what you are doing, the addition may not be structurally sound, it may leak water and the electrical system could put the entire home at risk of a fire. When I added two bedrooms to the back of my house, I thought that it was going to be an easy project that could be completed in no time. Little did I know that there is a lot of planning that goes into this type of project. This blog will show you what you need to know before you begin building an addition.


Four Ways To Increase The Curb Appeal Of Your Home

Are you in the process of sprucing up your home for the purpose of making it as attractive as possible to potential homebuyers when you put it on the market in the near future? If so, you've probably whipped your lawn into tip-top shape, planted flowers, and added hanging baskets and other picturesque elements to the exterior of your home. However, you may also have the sense that something is missing but aren't quite able to put your finger on it. Read More 

Want New Wood Siding? Why You Shouldn’t Pick Wood

If you want to put new siding on your house, and you like the way that wood shake exterior looks, you don't actually want to use real wood. There are other alternatives that will give you the wood look that you want but will last longer and be a better investment for the home. Talk with a siding contractor from a company like Clarksville Gutter LLC about these three different materials for your home and how you can get the current siding you have replaced. Read More 

The Three Important Steps To Mold Testing

Testing for mold growth in your home is highly important. There are a few situations in which you will want to call in an expert to perform this task. This includes before you move into a new home, before you sell your home, and after your home has suffered from major water damage. You should also consider calling in an expert for mold testing if you believe that anyone in your family is suffering from symptoms of exposure to mold. Read More 

3 Tips For Designing A Bathroom That Will Age Well With Your Kids

If you have younger children, there are likely a number of things that you're thinking of doing when beginning the planning part of remodeling their bathroom. While there are certainly a number of projects that can help make a positive improvement in the bathroom, it's a good idea to stick with design choices that will work well for older children as well. Instead of beginning the project with just your child's current age in mind, you should look into exactly what's involved in designing a bathroom that they'll be able to enjoy for many years to come while they live at home. Read More 

2 Tips To Help Detect Whether Your Box Gutter Is Leaking

Box gutters create a 90-degree angle at the points in which they meet. This gutter design is popular because it can easily be molded to seamlessly fit the decor and layout of any home. However, this design can also result in numerous leaks. It is easy to overlook these leaks and only notice them when it is too late. However, by then you may have encountered water damage to your roof and other areas of your home. Read More