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What Projects Add the Most Value to Your Home?

The home improvement contractors at The Construction Group discuss some of the most high-value areas to improve your home. We discuss some of the best projects to increase your return on investment when you hire a contractor and talk about how we can help you increase your home’s value.

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Your Roof Replacement Step-By-Step

Winter is finally over, and that means it’s time to start thinking about important home repairs. One of the best ways you can protect your home is by making sure its roof is in great shape. A high-performance roof will work hard to protect your home from storms, mold, and extreme temperatures throughout the year. It can also help lower your heating and cooling costs. But if your roof needs replacement or repair, you might be unsure about what that process means and how it will affect your home and family.

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Why Spring is a Great Time for Roofing Repairs

With the warmer weather finally starting to take over, it’s a great time to start considering your spring repair projects. It’s been a long, cold winter and your roof did its job to protect your home through ice, snow, and sleet. That's why right now is the perfect time to make sure it’s in good shape while the weather is nice.

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How Seamless Gutters Can Save Your Wallet

Have you ever seen a home with dangling or missing gutters? Not only are the damaged gutters an eyesore, but the homeowners are exposing their home to all kinds of water damage. Gutters perform an important function for a home. They move water away from your home so it doesn’t infiltrate your roof and walls or damage your foundation.

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Great Remodeling Ideas for Your Craftsman Bungalow

If you live in a charming little Craftsman home, count yourself among the lucky. For fans of these darling little bungalows, there’s no style of architecture that comes close in comparison. A response to the Industrial Revolution, the arts and craft movement came into vogue about one hundred years ago. The movement embraced the warmth of handcrafted, do-it-yourself architectures, which is perhaps why the homes created in that period are known for being incredibly cozy and cheery.

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What to Expect With Your New Roof Installation

Your home’s roof protects it from the elements and keeps your family safe throughout all kinds of wild weather all year long. It also helps control the heating and cooling costs in your home. A good roof will protect your home for many years, but eventually, even the best roof will need to be replaced.

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What Does Snow Do to Your Roof?

Your roof protects your home and helps keep it insulated. Your family depends on your roof to provide durable protection throughout the year even in the wildest winter weather. But when winter snow comes in Minnesota, the snow and ice can pile up quickly, taking its toll on your roof.

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How Remodeling Can Save Energy Costs in Your Home

Keeping your home comfortable throughout the year is important, but so is managing your home’s energy expenses. Fortunately, with the right home remodeling help, you can easily do both. Whether you’re interested in making your home more environmentally friendly or cutting down on your monthly energy bills, remodeling may offer the solution you need.

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Three Elements to Look for in a New Roof Installation Quote

As you look to have a new roof installed on your home, it is important to obtain quotes. Getting quotes will help you to find an affordable roofing company for your roofing needs. However, not every quote is the same. Some quotes don't include key pieces of information that can drive the quoted price up. Here are three pieces of information that you should always ensure are included on any price quote you obtain when you need to have a new roof installed:

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Severe Weather & Your Roofing: How to Check for Damage

During a severe storm, the wind is usually one of the greatest threats to the roof of your home. Whether it pushes a tree onto your roof, pulls off your shingles, or throws loose debris at your home, a severe storm can bring costly damage to your roof (which oftentimes must be addressed immediately). Thankfully, we're going to walk you through the process in the event your roof encounters severe damage.

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