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What Steps to Take After Storm Damage

Storm damage is a problem across the United States. Storms rip through homes, displacing families at alarming rates. In some instances, many homeowners don’t know what to do after their homes have been wrecked by storms. The following are some guidelines to help homeowners manage their storm damage, so they can move back into their home as soon as possible.

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Why Your Roofing Repairs Can't Wait

As a homeowner, you know that unexpected repairs can be a budget-breaker. In most cases, delaying a small repair can lead to excessive costs and require you to act immediately. This is especially true when it comes to roof repairs.

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How to Increase the Value of Your Bathroom Remodel

With spring and the house selling season right around the corner, you may be contemplating remodeling your bathroom. If you are like most people, you want your bathroom to be an oasis, a place where you can relax. You also want to improve the overall value of your home by remodeling your bathroom. Unfortunately, many people don’t know how to do this. However, our team at The Construction Group has put together a list of ways you can strategically increase the value of your bathroom remodel while you simultaneously enhance its comfort level.

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Common Mistakes to Avoid During Your Kitchen Remodel

If you are like most homeowners, you remodel your kitchen to enhance it. You want to feel comfortable while you are in your kitchen. You also want the design to work with you and not against you. We do too. With the goal of form meeting function, our team at The Construction Group has compiled a list of common mistakes homeowners make while remodeling their kitchen to help you avoid these pitfalls.

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How to Choose Your Replacement Siding

Millions of homeowners choose various types of siding for their home exteriors. It’s a low-maintenance option that’s also cost effective. However, regardless of the type of siding you choose, over time, it can start to look worn. As such, you will have to replace it to ensure that your home continues to reflect the look you want.

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Contracting Services for Spring

Spring weather brings the building season and is a common time when people like to conduct renovation and remodeling projects at their homes. Especially for people who like to entertain, there is a typical comfort and stability during the winter holiday season but construction projects show guests for summer parties how much the homeowner enjoys their house and what they put into it to make it welcome their company.

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Are You Ready for New Windows?

New windows are one of the simplest of home improvements whether you're upgrading from a very basic design installed on a new home or replacing windows which don't function properly in an older house. New windows add value if you plan to sell the house and add function if you intend to live there long term. The convenience of windows which open and close easily and secure properly simply makes daily life easier.

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Repairing Winter Weather Damage in Time for Spring

The harsh winters in Minnesota can cause damage to a home with storms, ice, and downed limbs. Fortunately, houses are designed to withstand most typical weather in the area, but it is important to remember the design also calls for ongoing maintenance. It's usually a good idea to talk with a contractor in the spring and the home inspected for any damage which may have occurred so it can be repaired before it becomes worse.

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Remodeling: Winter Work or Planning for Spring

Homeowners who don't work in the construction trade often think of remodeling projects and home renovations as something to do in the spring or summer. Part of the reason for this is how the longer days allow the job to be finished faster, along with the fact most people are more active during the summer and actually think about how a project can add value to their house and improve their daily life. The fact of the matter is, a contractor is prepared to work during the winter months and even if you decide to wait until spring to start the project you can start planning ahead of time.

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4 Home Improvement Ideas to Kickoff the New Year

With the New Year right around the corner, it’s time for new beginnings. As a homeowner, you can transform the world around you and positively impact your disposition each day. Keep reading to learn four home improvement ideas to kick-start your 2017.

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