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What You Need To Know About A Contractor’s License Number

When interviewing potential contractors for a home renovation, a smart homeowner knows to ask whether or not a contractor is licensed.  Finding out that a contractor is licensed is a good step towards learning more about them, but the discussion should not end there.  Here’s what you need to know! What a Contractor’s License Means:…
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Prefab Homes Vs Traditional Homes

What’s the Difference? Unlike a traditional home that is built on your plot of land, a prefab home is built in a factory and transported to the homeowner’s lot in sections.  Do not confuse a prefab home with a trailer.  A prefab home is placed on a foundation, meaning it can have a basement and a…
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Getting Stuck On Stucco-What You Need To Know

There are lots of factors that contribute to your home’s curb appeal and one of the most noticeable components is your home’s siding.  One of the more unique ways to side your home is with stucco.  Here’s a crash course on the benefits & drawbacks of using this product on your home’s exterior. What it…
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Ramifications Of Remodeling Without A Permit

Contrary to what you may have heard, the “p” in the word permit does not stand for “pain”.  While it may seem like one more thing on a seemingly endless laundry list of tasks when it comes to a home construction project, it’s vital that a permit be secured when required by your local jurisdiction. …
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FAQ’s About Building Inspectors

What’s the Role of a Building Inspector? A building inspector’s role is to survey completed construction projects to ensure that they are in compliance with building ordinances. Who Do They Work For? Most frequently, building inspectors are affiliated with regional governmental agencies & planning offices. What’s Their Purpose? Building inspectors are there to verify that…
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