Category: Construction & Home Services

Upgrade Your Home with These 5 Interior Design Trends

These days, practicality is king. This remains true for home design. The form is sacrificed for the sake of function — plain walls dominate rooms, and furniture tends to be more angled and structural, which makes for a cold and dull home environment. However, simple changes can improve the mood in your home.   Here are

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An Overview of Siding Designs That You Could Utilize in Your Home

Getting the best exterior look for your home requires a choice of several elements. While most people will pay attention to their exterior paint colors and landscape, few think that the doors, gutters, windows, and siding of a house impact its exterior look. A poor choice of any of these elements will nonetheless muddle the entire exterior

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Damage Control Measures for All-day Plumbing Problems

Plumbing emergencies and issues can happen at any time of the day. Many of these problems need professional attention, but the right opening moves can help minimize the mess and damage caused by even the most serious of plumbing issues until the plumber arrives.   Indoor plumbing is an everyday necessity that people have since

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Power Outage: How Does It Affect Your Refrigerator?

In March 2019, some parts of Utah experienced power outages due to a storm. It took several days to restore the power because fallen trees made the process more complicated. Power outages leave a huge impact on the community and the economy. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) says this event can disrupt communications, transportation,

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The Sustainability of Metal Roofing

Lately, there has been concern about the human race’s consumption of resources. Thus concerned, the World Wildlife Fund’s biennial Living Planet Report said that at the rate the human race is devouring natural resources, we would need the equivalent of two Earths by 2030. According to the report, humans are eating up resources such as

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Season of Colors: Preparing Your Home for Fall

Of all the seasons, fall is often considered the most beautiful, as some people would like to point out. The trees change their colors, signaling that the season is changing. The collective color change may make the walkway truly marvelous and magnificent. Alongside the changes among plants and the migration of certain birds, you know

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What Are the Elements of a Smart Home?

A majority of today's homes are already integrating smart technology. Statistics show that 33.2% of houses built in the U.S. so far this year are smart homes. By 2023, 54% of homes will be technology, internet, and artificial intelligence-driven. But what makes a smart home?  For houses to be classified as truly smart homes, they

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Things to Consider First Before Building a Home Spa

Who doesn’t want to have their own spa at home? It may be a luxurious ambition, to begin with, but anyone can dream, right? On a positive note, having your own home spa is not far from turning into reality. There are custom spa builders in Salt Lake City you can contact to build your

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Should You Go “Small” When Moving?

If you're overwhelmed by the long list of available movers in your area, sometimes you may be surprised that all you may need, after all, are small movers. Unless you're moving overseas, small movers or interstate removalists from Melbourne to Sydney may be enough to address your needs. These types of service providers specialize in relocations that

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Caring for Your Shingle Roofing: Sun Damage Signs You Should Know

The roof is what makes a shelter complete, and it is not surprising that people put the need for housing as “having a roof over your head.” Unfortunately, this significant feature also suffers from negligence and constant exposure to harsh weather elements. It requires regular maintenance, regular checkup for repairs and replacement. Many homeowners cite

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