Best Interior Paint Brand of 2022

Have a big interior paint project coming up? Ideally, you’ll want a paint that requires the least amount of coats while providing the best coverage. Cheap paint tends to be thin and watery, which means you’ll spend more time applying additional coats, so it’s not usually worth the few dollars you’ll save in the beginning….

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What to Consider Before Converting a Garage into a Room

Converting a garage into a room can be a great way to use the space you already have, rather than springing for a more costly addition to the house. We’ll look at why this can be the answer you’re looking for and what it takes to make it happen.  Additional Space for Teens  If you…

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The 10 Most Popular House Styles Explained  

Did you ever wonder what style your house is? While each home has its own character, chances are it falls into one of these popular house styles of the United States. 1. Cape Cod A popular home style in the 1930s, the Cape Cod has a steep roof with horizontal wood siding and hardwood floors….

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5 kitchen design choices that will never go out of style

You’re ready to remodel your kitchen, but which elements need saving and which scream for the scrap heap? If your kitchen features any of these classic design elements, consider keeping them around for the long haul. You’ll miss them once they’re gone because they’re timeless and add tons of appeal to the heart of your…

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Finest Examples of Art Deco in Architecture

The Art Deco period reached its height during the ’20s and ’30s, just after World War I. Art and architecture experts widely accept France as its place of origin in the 10’s and teens.  The style is defined by intricate geometric patterns and hard lines, giving it an intricate yet streamlined, industrial aesthetic. While it took some time to catch on,…

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What to Expect As Our Customer with Ever Changing Costs for Construction Materials

Each of our lives was affected in some form or fashion during 2020 and the COVID-19 pandemic. While many of us were dealing with illnesses and keeping our loved ones safe, other things took place within the supply chain of our country, and the production and transport of construction materials like lumber, steel, and even…

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