Four Upgrades To Consider For Your Bathroom Linen Closet

Posted on: 1 May 2018

The linen closet is an essential storage space in your home, but it can become cluttered and unusable over time.  With a few upgrades and the help of your remodeling contractor, you can give your bathroom linen closet new life. Here are just some options to discuss with your contractor. Roll-Out Drawers Finding towels, washcloths, sheets, and pillowcases can be hard when everything is piled up on shelves. Consider switching out your traditional shelves for roll-out drawers.
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Using Ready-Mix Cement For Your Construction Job

Posted on: 19 March 2018

Cement is a big part of a lot of construction work. If you are building anything that needs a foundation or pad under it to support the structure, you are more than likely going to want cement to build that solid foundation. Along with foundations, some jobs use cement in the walls and even in the ceiling of the project. Getting the right mix for your needs is important. Planning The Project
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Love the Lot But Hate the House? Consider Demolition

Posted on: 8 February 2018

If you're having a hard time finding a new house that you like, you might want to consider looking for an older home on a lot you love and building a new home there. Of course, that will require you to demolish the old structure. In some cases, that's a straightforward process and other times it can be complicated. Here are a few things to know about demolition. Decide on the Type of Demolition
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Run A Construction Company? 4 Things You Need To Be Prepared For Any On-The-Job Emergency

Posted on: 28 December 2017

If you run a construction company, you probably have all the equipment and tools you need to get the job done right. However, if you don't also have the right tools to handle an emergency situation, you're not truly equipped for the job. Your crew is depending on you to ensure a safe and secure construction site, which includes having the appropriate emergency gear on site at all times. After all, in a construction emergency where injuries are involved, every second counts.
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