Taking Stock

With shortages on the horizon, it is important to have a couple months of food stuffs on hand.  If the run on toilet paper in Spring of 2020 is any indication of public behavior, you may want to get your hands on frozen items and canned goods to weather the next several months.  Fortunately, fruits…

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Pre Move-In Remodeling

Time is a necessary part of the remodeling process. Not only the time to get to know how a house lives throughout the seasons, but also to take the necessary time through design. We always caution our pre-move-in customers to avoid rushing the design/build process as it inevitably results in a mild case of remorse.…

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Getting Back To Work

Starting with the first reported local COVID-19 case in January, our region has experienced unprecedented shut-downs of business activity. As the science and health communities continue to stress the importance of limiting the spread of this virus, government agencies are beginning the process of opening up lower risk private sector industries. The residential construction industry…

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The Accessory Dwelling Unit

September 2018 If you’re reading this, your home is likely on a sizeable lot and comfortable for a family of four or more. You may be nearing retirement with your significant other, having raised your children in a 3,000+ square foot home with three garage bays full of memories, and a decaying sport court amidst…

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Green Building Options

July 2018 As a result of increasingly strict building codes, homes are becoming safer, more efficient and ultimately more costly to build and remodel. In most cases, government regulation stifles industry. But innovation and regulation are not mutually exclusive. Some of the best innovations come from adapting to such change. The Built Green program was…

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