What New Homeowners Should Spend Money On

Whether you are the proud owner of a new house or a seasoned contractor advising new clients, knowing what to tackle first can really help you get settled in. Here’s how to decide what you can do yourself as a homeowner, and what you should leave to the pros. Angie Hicks from Angie’s List explains: …

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Construction Contract Terms Explained

As a construction professional, you know communication is key. Getting everything clear and written down will help you to ensure that the client’s expectations are met, you get paid on time and there are no expensive callbacks. On every build, changes are inevitable and this is often where confusion and miscommunication occur. Make sure any …

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How to Engage HomeBuyers of All Ages

Millennials make up a third of homebuyers since they fall in the 18-37 category, but they aren’t the only homebuyers interested in homes. Based on data from the Zillow Group Consumer Housing Trends Report 2017, to reach a broad section of potential home buyers, you have to diversify your portfolio of selling techniques. Know What to …

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Construction Glossary of Terms

Good communication is the key to a successful build. Whether you’re new to construction, a homeowner wanting to navigate a build or an old pro who bumps up against something you don’t understand, we’ve got your back! Aggregate: A particulate material consisting of stone and sand used to make concrete. Backfilling: Refilling a hole or …

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Tips for Making Gluing Easier and Cleaner

Gluing items is often a dirty job, but someone has to do it. If that someone is you, there are some easy tips and tricks that can help you to reduce the mess and create a higher quality product. From keeping your workbench glue-free to producing better quality projects, these tips will help you work smarter, not harder.

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