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The Three Types of Storm Damage You're Likely to Face

Rain, wind and snow storms can damage your home. Unfortunately, the types of damages are virtually limitless. A storm damage restoration professional can help, but it’s worthwhile to avoid the damages before they occur. To do so, you’ll need to be knowledgeable about the three most prevalent storm damages. Let’s check them out

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Our 18-Point Storm Damage Inspection. We Leave Nothing Out

If your house has been damaged by a recent hail storm or tornado, then contact the Construction Group. We provide an 18-point thorough inspection of your home to assess the full damage. Our post-storm evaluations are accurate, honest, and 100% professional on every level. We can help work with your insurance company to through every phase of reconstruction from assessment, and insurance claims all the way building design and renovation.

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Is it Time for Seamless Gutters?

Seamless rain gutters are becoming popular with homeowners. Because they have no seam, they rarely leak. Most seamless gutters are crafted from silicone materials, making them long-lasting products for any home. If your home faces the following problems, it might be time to install a seamless gutter system:

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Hurricane Destruction: What We’ve Learned in Minnesota

Ivan, Opal, Andrew, Katrina, and now Harvey and Irma - what do all of these have in common? They are the names of hurricanes that have swept through the entire Eastern half of the country and have caused destruction all the way from the Southern and Eastern coastlines all the way up the Midwest.

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Masonry: New and Old

Masonry is an art unto itself, the foundation of every building and the integral structural integrity of a home is based on masonry. Houses made of brick or stone have an inherent reliance on masonry, but houses made of wood with siding have a masonry underlayment system and chimney. Modular housing seems to be a new paradigm, but each home needs customization once installed. Antique homes often need work conducted for the new homeowners. Regardless of what style of home you've chosen, masonry repair and maintenance is an important means of maintaining your house over the years to come.

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Kitchen and Bathroom Remodeling Projects

Home remodeling projects are sometimes necessary to bring an older home up to modern standards. They add functional use to a kitchen or bathroom with energy and water savings while providing the conveniences of today's technological advancements. Whether you plan to live in the home or sell the house as an investment property, kitchen and bath remodeling add value and comfort to the house.

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Exterior Home Renovation

Whether you have lived in a house for long enough to warrant an exterior renovation, or recently bought an older house with the expectation of conducting a remodel job, or simply found a great deal on an investment home which needs minor upgrades before selling at profit, there are times when you need to hire a building contractor. Exterior home renovation involves a few basic steps along with the knowledge an experienced contractor can provide toward making your house a boon rather than an eyesore for your neighbors.

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Custom Carpentry and Your House

Your new house may be brand new or “new to you,” either way, you're most certainly excited about your new home. You probably bought the house because you like the layout, the design, and general features the house has to offer toward being a home for you and your family. Brand new houses, as built by a contractor, often incorporate generic styles that don't suit your personal tastes. Older houses may have a particular charm but need some renovation or a change in styles different owners have incorporated over the years.

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When Should You Service Your Chimney

Your chimney is probably not something you think about often, and especially not during the summer when your fireplace and heater aren't in use. However, the chimney does need to be cleaned and inspected regularly and on occasion repairs come up. Summer is a good time to conduct such a routine because you aren't using it and if it needs work, you can schedule it as is convenient rather than having to go without heat or change plans to accommodate a work crew to make the repairs.

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Designing a Deck Fit For Your Needs

A deck can be a nice place to spend your time, and especially if you enjoy being outdoors, it can almost seem like an extra room in your house. A fairly plain deck offers space for you to add your own furniture, but often there are customized options available for your specific needs and how you intend to use the deck. Check out a few ways we are able to help you customize your deck to fit your summer needs!

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