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Structural Designing: Creative Art of Building Structures

Structural Designing: Creative Art of Building Structures

by Guest on Jan 19, 2010

Structural engineering is a field of civil engineering that involves the study of building safe and stable structures. The property of a structure being stable and secure is analyzed by structural civil engineers. Structural designing is a creative and complicated field that takes much proficiency and expertise to do site investigations and build structures on them. Continue reading →

Worry-Free Home Additions

Worry-Free Home Additions

by Guest on Feb 3, 2010

So you’ve had your architect-designed home addition approved for construction and are now ready to engage a builder to do the work. Putting on first floor home additions is for many people one of the largest single investments they will make, second only to the purchase of the house itself. Using the right builder can make the difference between a smooth worry-free experience, and 12 months or more of pure stress. Continue reading →

Remodeling Your Home to Go Green

Remodeling Your Home to Go Green

by Jessica Ackerman on Mar 26, 2010

Creating a home that is friendly to the environment is very important, especially when those ideas save money and energy. Projects like this pay for themselves, which is important during these times of uncertainty, and protecting our environment is a key issue for many people worldwide. Remodeling your home to go green does not have to be extremely expensive, and will add value, beauty and functionality to the home. Continue reading →

How Much a Remodeling Project Costs

How Much a Remodeling Project Costs

by Guest on Jul 11, 2010

How much a kitchen renovation costs? That depends on the scope of the renovation. A small scale remodel of an outmoded 200 Sq Ft kitchen costs as much as $21,411, whereas an extensive remodel costs $57,215 and an upscale remodel costs $111,794. What is your return? What other project cost pricing is available for Remodeling projects around your household? - the question that most usually follows is how much a remodeling project will cost. HERE are the answers! Continue reading →

Home Improvement Precautions

Home Improvement Precautions

by Guest on Jul 16, 2010

Home Improvement Precautions : If you’re partaking in a little DIY or other work around your home, there are a huge number of things you should consider before you grab the angle grinder. This guide is a quick checklist of questions you should ask yourself before you start – if not for your safety, then for the safety of others. Continue reading →

Primer of Bathroom Remodeling

Primer of Bathroom Remodeling

by Guest on Oct 23, 2010

Bathrooms interiors tend to be under-budgeted as compared to rest of the home.Doing bathroom area gets some of us to think why spend so much, when we spend so little time in the bathroom.We all know it’s not true and a good bathroom area feels as terrific as rest of the home.Lets focus on a few areas that allow you estimate costs,without going bankrupt… Continue reading →

Prioritizing Your Home Improvement To-Do List

Prioritizing Your Home Improvement To-Do List

by Guest on Feb 3, 2011

If you are like many homeowners, you have a seemingly endless list of home improvement projects – remodel the kitchen, paint the house, replace the roof… where to start? For most people, tackling all of the projects on the list at once would be infeasible, so some prioritizing is in order. We have compiled some tips to help you prioritize your home improvement to-do list in a way that makes sense for your situation. First address repairs that will incur additional costs if neglected. Continue reading →

Considerations for Removing a Wall in Your Home

Considerations for Removing a Wall in Your Home

by Guest on Feb 8, 2011

Removing a wall has become a popular home renovation project as homeowners increasingly prefer open floor plans and more connected spaces in their homes. A common project is removing a wall to open a kitchen to an adjoining living or dining area and create better flow throughout shared living areas. Walls are also removed to expand bedrooms and bathrooms or rearrange living space. Because of the numerous factors involved, removing a wall is usually better left to the professionals. Here are a fe Continue reading →

Home Repair Cost

Home Repair Cost

by Guest on Oct 6, 2011

Home Repair Cost have a direct relationship with the whole home sweet home ideology. Home is the sweetest place to be on the earth. There is no other place that feels as lively or as welcoming as one's home. It is also a great feeling to own a house. There are certain things that a person has to deal with such as the cost of maintenance and home repair costs. These are normal parts of every household. Continue reading →

Eco-Friendly DIY Guide

Eco-Friendly DIY Guide

by Guest on May 14, 2012

There comes a time where we’ll need to make a repair, an improvement, or style adjustment on our home in order to ensure that everything is working properly and looking its best. When faced with a home improvement DIY challenge such as replacing a bed or installing kitchen flooring, consider an eco-friendly solution in order to add a little ‘green’ into your home. The following is a ‘green’ DIY home improvement guide filled with tips for the next major repair on your home. Continue reading →


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