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The Silver Lining In A Blackened House Fire

When your house burns down, it seems like the end of the world. It feels like nothing will be the same again. There is a silver lining laying in the blackened chars of your old home, and it comes in the form of a new custom home. When your homeowner's insurance pays out on your claim, you should have more than enough to start fresh. You can rebuild, and on that note, you should know that you can accomplish all of the following. Read More 

Five Things To Know Before Buying A Lot

It's exciting to have a parcel of land to call your own; whether you are planning to build a home or looking to invest. However, land purchase is not a walk in the park. You have to put serious thought into this major transaction if you don't want to end up with a bag of regrets. Here are a few factors to consider before you make that land purchase: Location Read More 

Reasons To Fix Up Your Home’s Roof Before A Sale

When it comes to selling a home, it is very important to check if there is anything that is damaged and needs to be repaired. One of the most important things, and something that we are going to focus on here, is making sure that the roof is in a great condition. So, how do you know if your home's roof needs to be repaired? Well, if you see that the roof is leaking, or if moss or mold has begun growing on it, then you can be pretty sure that there is some work to be done. Read More 

2 Signs Your Company’s Steel Storage Building Needs Professional Attention

If you use an old steel building to store your company's materials, you may wonder whether the wear and tear on the exterior warrants either repair or replacement of the metal panels. If so, look for the following signs that your company's steel storage building may need professional attention. Steel Panels Are Separating One sign that your old storage building is wearing down is when you find steel panels that have separated. Read More 

A Fake Front Lawn? It’s A Better Idea Than It Sounds

Front lawns have long been the pride and joy of American homeowners. Many a neighborly disagreement has occurred over the presence or absence of dandelions in the front yard, and some enter in all-out competitions to see who can keep their grass the best groomed. But with as busy as most working homeowners are these days, there's just not a lot of time left for mowing, fertilizing, and pulling weeds. That doesn't mean your front yard needs to look messy. Read More