Construction and Contractors: All in a Day's Work

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Construction and Contractors: All in a Day's Work

Can you imagine being a contractor? You start you morning by picking up supplies at the local building store. You drop off those supplies at one job site, and then you drive to another job site where you spend four hours mudding drywall. As that dries, you make calls to some of your suppliers, and then you meet with a client about a new job across town. As evening rolls in, you drive back to the other construction site and sand down some of that drywall. If this sound like a fun day to you, then you've stumbled on the right blog! This is a blog about construction, and you'll fit right in.


3 Factors To Consider When Designing Your Amish Pole Barn Floor Plan

Amish pole barns have been around for a long time. Traditionally used for storing farm equipment, more people have embraced pole barns for other purposes, including homes, offices, and even garages. After seeing pictures of gorgeous pole barns, you may have decided to build one. You probably have a design in mind already for your pole barn. But, before hiring an Amish pole barn construction company, there are some factors you should consider. Read More 

4 Reasons For Installing A Wet Room Bathroom In Your Next Remodeling Project

Bathroom remodeling entails various things depending on a homeowner's taste and preference. If working on a stringent budget, installing the vital functions of a bathroom may be the priority. On the other hand, you might want to incorporate a touch of luxury and enhance the functionality of your bathing room if your budget allows it. For instance, you can opt for a wet room bathroom, combining the shower and tub into one waterproofed area. Read More 

How To Make A Tiny Home Comfortable And Attractive

If you're like many people these days, your thoughts sometimes linger on imagining what life would be like if you moved into a tiny home. Tiny homes have a lot of advantages, including being more cost-effective and having a smaller environmental footprint than their traditional counterparts. If you have the travel bug, you probably like the idea of living in a tiny home that's built on wheels, which would allow it to be easily transported and moved to different locations. Read More