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Can Basement Stairs be Moved? What You Need to Know

Have you considered changing the location of your basement stairs to the opposite side? You’re not alone. Many people find that the current location of their basement stair doesn’t work well with their house layout. In this blog post we’ll go over what it takes …

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Why Does Your Drywall Mud Bubble?

Bubbles in drywall mud aren’t only unsightly and annoying, but it often seems like they’re impossible to prevent. Whether you’re a skilled tradesperson or someone doing DIY work on their home on the weekend, you may be wondering to yourself, “why does my drywall mud …

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How To Fix Sagging Vinyl Siding (Step-by-Step)

Vinyl siding does more than just making your home’s exterior look good. It keeps your house watertight and keeps pests, fungi, mold, and mildew at bay. Because of that, when your vinyl siding loosens or sags, it’s best to fix it immediately so you don’t …

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Do You Need Building Permits in Rural Areas?

Building permits are a requirement in almost every city and county in the U.S., but there are some areas where you won’t need one. You may be wondering – particularly if you live in a rural area – if it is possible to start a …

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Are Trex Decks Worth It? Everything You Need To Know

When it comes to building a deck in your backyard or around your pool, you’ve got a lot of choices involving design and use. But when it comes to materials, you’re either looking at treated lumber or some sort of composite decking, like Trex, for …

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Should a Wooden Privacy Fence Touch the Ground?

A wooden privacy fence is a wonderful way to keep your property private without sacrificing the beauty of nature. There are many options when it comes to building a wooden privacy fence and one important decision you will need to make is whether or not …