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Soft Costs? What does that mean? Terms You Need to Know & Understand.

The more you know the better prepared you will be to discuss construction financing. There are many terms that might be new to you, and helpful as you research your options. 1. Soft Costs – These are permit, architectural, engineering, survey, school taxes, utility connection fees and any other fees incurred before your actual construction begins. Funds from your construction…

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You probably need to Remodel your home! Why?

Remodeling can come in various shapes, sizes and levels of complexity.  It may be as simple as painting a room or as complex as adding a second story onto your home.  Statistics show that the average person moves once every six years, so why go to the time, effort, expense, and, sometimes, aggravation of a home remodel?  Families consider remodeling…

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The Big Flush – Toilets are Different!

While selecting a toilet for your bathroom may seem a pretty straightforward task, there have been many changes in this market in recent years. Since the National Energy Policy Act of 1995 mandated standards for the manufacture of toilets, there have been many improvements in their operation and efficiency. As part of that 1995 Act, any new toilets must use…

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Shining Some Light on Skylights

Skylights let natural light stream into your home, bringing warmth and a feeling of spaciousness. When properly selected and used, they can reduce your need for electric lighting and minimize your heating and cooling costs. There are also health benefits to this wonderful sunlight that shines on us. If you lack sufficient sunlight on your skin, you will suffer health…

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Going through windows, doors and skylights

When looking at one of these windows, doors and skylights, whether you are replacing old ones in your current home or buying ones for your new home, there are some factors you will want to take into consideration.These are called fenestration factors. According to Wikipedia, fenestration is defined as, "Products that fill openings in a building envelope, such as windows,…

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The Drift on Cooling Systems!

Cooling your home involves air being circulated over a surface which has been maintained at a lower temperature. This surface may be in the space to be cooled or at some remote location with the air being ducted to and from the space. Usually water or a refrigerant is the cooling medium. There are three basic cooling technologies you may…

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What the Heck is ICF?

With today's modern technology there are many alternative products and techniques to build a home other than the traditional stick built home. One of the most popular alternatives is using Insulated Concrete Forms, also known as ICFs. ICFs are forms or molds with built-in insulation which accept reinforced concrete. The basic design is two sheets of Styrofoam connected together by…

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Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning – HVAC

HVAC is the acronym for Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning. These three elements refer to the equipment, distribution network and terminals that either collectively or individually provide heating, air conditioning or ventilation for your home. Your HVAC system has a significant effect on the health and comfort of you and your family as well as your ongoing energy expenses. Your…

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Windows – Questions You Need to Ask!

There are two basic components to a window, the glass and the frame surrounding the glass. Frames Let's look at window frames first. Frames seal out the moisture and drafts from your home. Today's windows come with frames made from a variety of materials, each of which has their own benefits and drawbacks. Wood window frames These are the most…

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