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How to Know You’ve Got a Qualified Contractor For Your Remodel Project

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Kaitlin Krull

When it comes to remodeling your home, choosing the right contractor for your job is just as important as deciding on a blueprint or color scheme. While most contractors play by the rules and have the appropriate licenses and qualifications, there are a few out there who don’t. […]

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Cool Container House

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Containers of goods that are not used anymore can be transformed into a home that is cool! Here is one example!

Apparently, the old containers can be home cool! It is estimated that, worldwide there are 12 million empty containers that are no longer used to transport goods. What to do with […]

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Tips to Make Earthquake Resistant Houses Plan

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Make a plan for earthquake-resistant homes is the first step to creating buildings that withstand earthquake shocks as follows.

Function plan to facilitate the division of space according to the needs and daily activities. Through the plan, we can make measurable guidelines for the future development of space.

Not only that, the plan space […]

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Material for carport floor

Carport Material

From its use as a car park, floor is the main element that must accommodate all the things that support these functions.

Carport is not just a place to “stop” the car; it is also balance the look of the house and usually the entrance to the small houses.

Well, for the material also varies, […]

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Green Building Innovation and Green Implementation

Green Innovation and Green Implementation

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As a contractor, one of the biggest parts of staying competitive involves always keeping an eye open for new and innovative building materials and techniques. With the worldwide market for green building materials projected to jump from $116 billion to $254 billion over the next 7 years, I […]

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