Home Building Guide
  • Professional Air Conditioner Technicians

    There is never a good time for your air conditioner to stop working, but when you are looking for ac repair johns creek hiring a professional air conditioner repair technician will save you time and money. Hiring a professional will ensure you that your air conditioning repairs are done quickly and efficiently. Benefits of Hiring a Professional Air Conditioner Technician While hiring a qualified professional air conditioner technician may be costly,... [Continue Reading]

    Everything You've Ever Wanted To Know About Roof Shingles

    It’s no secret that there are plenty of ways to cover the roof on a house. In the United States, the most common method is to use roof shingles. In a nutshell, roofs use shingles that are overlapped. They are usually flat, rectangular roofing elements that get laid from the bottom of the roof edge upwards. If you want to know more about roof shingles, or what to do if they get damaged, you’ve come to the right place! Keep reading to find... [Continue Reading]

    Advantage of Hiring a Commercial Cleaning Company for Home or Office Buildings

    With a view to keep your home or office building neat and clean, you may hire the services of cleaning company. People living in Ontario, Canada preferably hire the professional cleaning service providers to get the job done in professional and efficient manner. Life in Canada is much busy and households may not spare time to get directly involved in the home cleaning process. So there are many enterprises in Ontario offering expert services on account... [Continue Reading]

    How It Can Wreck Your Home

    You might be surprised to hear that something that surrounds all of our homes and families could be dangerous. But it could be true: garden soil can cause havoc to your home and family life if you aren't careful. Here are several things that can happen. Poisoning In certain areas, there is a chance that the soil in your garden could have dangerous levels of chemicals, contaminants, or lead in it. As we should all know by now, any of those things are... [Continue Reading]

    Dangers of DIY Air Conditioning Repairs

    As the summer heat starts to move in, most homeowners are starting to adjust the dial on their thermostat to get their home cooler. There are a number of different repairs that can arise from running your unit more and more. When you start to notice you are having repair issues, you will need to hire a professional to handle them for you. Some homeowners foolishly think that they can do their own repairs in order to save money. Generally, this does not... [Continue Reading]

    What Makes a Home Perfect for a Family?

    The space a family lives in is always important. Families not only need a sturdy roof over their heads, but they also need a hoe that they will be able to comfortably function in from day to day. These may sound like simple requests, but fulfilling them is not always easy. There are a lot of factors that can make a home ideal for a family. Every family will need to decide which factors are most important to them before making any decisions. Here are... [Continue Reading]

    8 Ways to Make a Rental Feel Like Home While You Build

    Many people have to use the option of renting a home while their new home is being built. This is a very common option, but most people are anxious to get into the new home and dread living in a rental property. Even though it is not ideal, there are a lot of ways to make a rental home more comfortable. Anyone can use these ideas to make it through the days until they can live in their newly-built home. Here are eight ways to make a rental feel like... [Continue Reading]

    Essential Things You Should Check Before Buying A New Home

    The process of buying a new home can be a long one. The realtors, the legalities, the viewings and everything else can be drawn out so much it would test the patience of a saint. Perhaps this has something to do with why so many people don't make the proper checks when they look at a potential new home. They are often happy to take things at face value, leaving certain things for a surveyor to look over. But this isn't always wise. Here are some... [Continue Reading]

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    The missing link: new home construction
    Following the Great Recession, a robust rebound occurred in most business sectors, but the market for new homes is an exception. Through 2013, building permits for single-family homes had declined from pre-recession levels by 50 percent in the 10 counties of Northwestern Wisconsin and seven counties of Northeastern Minnesota, based on U.S. Census figures.(Thu, 28 May 2015 14:20:18 GMT)

    ASCAYA To Host Architect & Builder Workshops May 31 and June 20
    ASCAYA, a luxury development in Henderson, hosts monthly Architect & Builder Workshops to educate those interested in learning more about the custom home building process.(Thu, 28 May 2015 04:39:56 GMT)

    In Va. Beach, students build a house and a career
    Jordan Davis knew he had a knack for brickwork about a week after he first picked up a trowel. An art enthusiast, he called masonry just another medium.(Tue, 26 May 2015 00:21:50 GMT)

    Bigger is better for new home buyers in West Michigan
    When Jason and Jackie LaFontaine looked at floor plans for their new home, they concluded bigger was better. Their new four-bedroom home, on which they will break ground in Eastbrook Homes' Stoneshire development later this month, will have a larger kitchen and pantry, a home office for Jason, a formal dining room, a hearth room and "kids retreat" on the second floor.(Sun, 24 May 2015 16:01:33 GMT)

    After 15 years, they won battle to build
    When Sheila Sartell's grandson was born, she launched her battle with the town to let her daughter build a house in the backyard; it would be the perfect place to raise a family, they thought. Now her grandson, Zac, is wrapping up his freshman year of high school -- and will finally be moving into the house this weekend.(Sun, 24 May 2015 11:52:35 GMT)

    Theater decision erodes public confidence
    Tuesday's decision by the Fairfield City Council to amend the agreement between the city and the Downtown Theatre Foundation for the Arts left many confused or bitter. The city is about halfway through a five-year contract with the foundation that originally was budgeted to cost the city $72,000 per year, which will now cost the city $173,000 per year.(Sun, 24 May 2015 09:47:40 GMT)

    Community builds injured soldier a home
    Memorial Day is a time to remember our country's fallen soldiers. For many people, it also means enjoying nice weather and spending time with family, but volunteers from one local church are hard at work this holiday weekend.(Sun, 24 May 2015 05:25:38 GMT)

    Custom Home Building Declines Slightly during the First Quarter of 2015
    NAHB's analysis of Census Data from the Quarterly Starts and Completions by Purpose and Design survey indicates that the number of custom home building starts posted a slight decline on a year-over year basis from 27,000 starts at the beginning of 2014 to 26,000 starts for the first quarter of 2015. Note that this definition of custom home building does not include homes intended for sale, so this analysis uses a narrow definition of the sector.(Sat, 23 May 2015 05:23:25 GMT)