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Improve Your Home's Exterior

Whether you live in an older home which needs exterior repairs, found a great deal on a home but don’t especially like the exterior, or if you’ve decided over time you like another style better, you may at some point want to improve your home’s exterior. You may consider rebuilding the entire exterior at once or simply replace a bit at a time. There are a few things to consider as to your options and what is available in today’s market.

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Are Your Gutters Working Against You?

Your gutters are a part of a much bigger system that works to ensure your roof remains intact. As a result of that, it’s imperative that your gutters aren’t working against you in the process. At The Construction Group, we’ve noticed a few scenarios in which homeowners’ gutters are working against them, and we want to make sure you don’t have these problems.

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Understanding Your Options for Insulation

When it comes to insulation in your home, there are a lot of factors you should consider. With the goal of protecting your home from the inside out, you want to make sure that you have the best insulation possible. The following are things you should consider if you are contemplating re-insulating your home or choosing the initial insulation for a new home.

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Metal Roofing May Be Your Best Option for Roofing

When it comes to your roofing, you want the best material that will last a long time. Additionally, if you are like most homeowners, saving a little money on your energy costs is a great benefit as well. Over the years, our team at The Construction Group has found that metal roofs may be your best option when you are looking for roofing material to meet your needs.

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Finish Carpentry Projects Add Value to Your Home

Rough carpentry adds value to your home with the extra space of an addition, deck or garage, while finish carpentry adds value by making the existing space more functional or cosmetically appealing. The sky is the limit when it comes to finish carpentry, as anything you can imagine can be done. With that said, there are typical projects with proven results that add value, beauty and function to your home.

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The Advantages of Pull-Back Insulation

Many homes either have a distinct deficit of insulation running along the rim joist of their roofline, while others just have whatever insulation is being used in this space jammed in to the very end. Neither application is optimal for ensuring that your roof ‘breathes’ properly, or instrumental in preventing rot, loss of insulation value, or other problems that may result over time.

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Your New Bathroom

Nearly every home can use a bathroom upgrade on occasion. An older house may show the signs of wear or simply be out of style while a newer house may have been built to a contractor’s generic standards without the personal touches you’d like to have available. Although fresh paint can provide a bathroom facelift, a full remodel can customize it better suit your needs.

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Carpentry Projects to Improve Your Life

If you’re like most homeowners, you have certain carpentry projects you’ve always wanted conducted to make your home nicer and your life easier. You may have been putting them off due to a known or perceived expense, or you may have second thoughts about how much you’ll really enjoy the addition, or you may not want the distraction of a construction project going on at the moment.

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Why Remodel your Kitchen?

There are a number of reasons to remodel your kitchen, since it is an area where you, your family, and guests tend to spend a major portion of your time on a daily basis and especially during the holidays or when entertaining. The kitchen should be a place which is comfortable and inviting while maintaining a sense of functionality so cooking and cleaning is something you can enjoy rather than seeming to be daily chores. The kitchen in an older home may need upgrades to simply look nicer or to add modern conveniences, whereas a newer home may have been built to a contractor’s generic standards for appeal while needing upgrades you find useful for the way you use the kitchen.

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Options Available for Your New Deck

As spring approaches, grills come out and invitations are sent for afternoon and evening grilling. You may use the grill on a patio or on the lawn, but an easily accessed deck is potentially the nicest way to enjoy cooking outdoors. In addition to grilling, decks can be a great place to sunbathe or chat on with friends while children play in the yard. Any typical generic style deck will do, but if you take the time to put in some extra thought the sky is the limit as to what customization you can add to your deck to make it nicer for your daily use and more inviting for your guests.

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