Construction and Maintenance

The Right Gutters for a Historic House

Most property buyers are now leaning towards historical rather than modern homes. The exceptional architectural details in these homes, combined with the durability and strength of the building materials used are some of the factors that have triggered this shift. In most cases, some of the features in historic homes might need some retouching. Unlike …

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Six Things to Look for in an Asphalt Paving Contractor

If you are looking for an asphalt paving contractor, you need to consider a lot of things. Remember that your pavement—either a parking lot or driveway—is the first thing that people will notice about your property. It is also one of the most expensive parts of your property. You will spend thousands of dollars to …

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Architectural trends

Fast-Rising Architectural Trends You Shouldn’t Ignore This Year

The way people prefer their humble abodes are changing. Before, it used to be “the bigger, the better;” however, tastes change, and so does attitude. No one wants to live in a McMansion anymore — home buyers, nowadays, want to live in a smaller space where they can fully enjoy each room. They want to …

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A Typical Home Energy Audit in Salt Lake City May Cost $290

Utah may have the second-cheapest average monthly electric bill in the U.S. at 10.45 cents per kWh, but households tend to pay different prices based on their energy consumption. A residential energy audit can further reduce your expenses by knowing the biggest culprits for poor insulation, air quality, and room temperature. In fact, an assessment …

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