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Not Just Another Building Blog

This is not just another building blog. No, we want it to be one of the best building blogs you ever read. We post articles all about the construction industry, and about the work that contractors do. Now, you may wonder why you'd want to read about construction and contractors if you don't work in this industry yourself. But here's the thing: you live in a house. You drive on roads. So, you make use of the structures that contractors build as a part of your daily life. We think that makes construction worth knowing about and reading about, don't you?

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Shower And Tub Options For A Bathroom Remodel

If you are considering a bathroom remodeling project, then you need to decide upon a new shower or tub design. The shower or tub will be the focus of the bathroom.  Many of the major design considerations will depend on what shower or tub option you choose. Some people like to have a luxurious bathtub in their bathroom, while others prefer a minimalist-inspired shower. And then there are those who want a combination of the two. Read More 

3 Possible Causes Behind A Noisy Garage Door

No one wants to hear alarming noises every time they open or shut their garage door. Poor maintenance, improper installation, or normal wear and tear can all cause your garage door to produce excessive noise. Pinning down the cause of a noisy garage door can be tricky, but there are a few good places to start. Here are three possible causes behind a noisy garage door. 1. Roller Wear Garage door rollers are the parts that move your garage door along the tracks as it opens and closes. Read More 

2 Reasons Why You Should Not Attempt To Fix The Crack In Your Basement Foundation Yourself

While spending a little time in your basement, you may have noticed a crack that runs along the foundation. Because you are worried that the crack will start leaking water if it has not already, you may be thinking about buying a cement kit and patching it yourself.  However, before you spend money on the kit and time trying to patch the crack, you should reconsider doing it yourself, and instead, have a professional fix it for you. Read More