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What is Continuous Insulation?
I realize continuous insulation may have been briefly discussed in prior blogs, but it is a frustrating topic that needs continuous education and discussion. This topic reminds me of an analogy from Mr. Rick Ostgard explaining the concept by using a winter coat scenario. One coat has only strips of insulation, compared to another coat... Read more »
Flooring, The New Paint for Your Walls
Sure, we’ve all seen stone or brick on the walls in older houses and wood in rustic homes. Both of these products have been used for centuries as building materials and back in the day, folks didn’t bother covering up their walls like we do now. Ever since we started building with cheaper materials (such as wood framing), covering walls with drywall became a necessity Most people simply paint their walls and call it a day. But why settle for the ordinary when you can make your home extraordinary? We’ve come up with a few easy DIY tricks to add a touch of detail and drama to your walls using materials that typically had been reserved for flooring… until now! Tile I’m not talking about backsplashes, I’m talking about a FULL WALL of…
How to Restore Cracked & Discolored Concrete Without Spending a Fortune
All man-made building materials will eventually begin to show signs of wear, aging, and deterioration, including concrete. While concrete is extremely durable and commonly used as a cost-efficient alternative to other materials, replacing that concrete can be quite costly and time-consuming, along with making a huge mess and possibly destroying existing landscaping in the process. The old concrete must be demolished and hauled away, then...
The Perfect Pour: How to Pour Concrete
If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to make a smooth concrete surface, here are the basics to help you pour concrete perfectly.