Permit or No Permit? 5 Reasons Why We Won’t Cut Corners in Remodeling

If you ever want to see for yourself the consequences of cutting corners in remodeling, spend some time with a responsible contractor who is asked to fix, repair, rehab, remodel or replace work done by someone who HAS cut corners. The impacts on a property’s value and a homeowner’s pocketbook can be significant. It’s easy…

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Home Remodeling: New Laws Allowing Granny Flats

Families are returning to the old days of multi-generational living arrangements, and they are not just putting granny (or junior) in a spare bedroom. A popular trend in home remodeling is to build accessory dwelling units, also known as granny flats, behind or beside their existing homes–and for good reason. The benefits of building a granny…

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Remodeling: Save Money When You Build – Cut Costs, Not Corners

When the average homeowner starts planning a home improvement project, it’s inevitable that cost-saving measures will be introduced to try and keep the budget down. While there are ways that people can save money when remodeling their homes, it is important to remember that certain types of materials and services should not be part of…

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