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  • Crawlspace Foundations & Environs By:-Alan Trauger
    Crawlspace foundations can be found in all parts of the United States. Crawlspaces and basements are not different other than lower ceiling height in a crawlspace, yet there are different building codes for basements and crawlspaces. The only reason to build a home with a dirt crawlspace is to save money.
  • Condos and Lofts: What's the Difference? By:-Andy Asbury
    Location is one of the most important aspects of real estate, and today there are an increasing number of people who want their home located in an urban area. Those types of people generally are choosing between two types of homes: condos and lofts. There are similarities between the two - the owners own their living quarters, but not the entire building, for example - but there also are differences that make each unique.
  • Different Architectural Designs Today By:-Roby Hicks
    If you want to build a house or purchase a property today, you might want to know the different types of architectural designs that are in trend today. This can be useful if you want to upgrade your property as well. You can incorporate some of the trends to fit your lifestyle.
  • Beauty is in the Eye of the Builder By:-M Shane
    While many of us are far from experts in architecture, we do, at least, tend to know what we like. Our thoughts on what constitutes a perfect home from a design perspective, may not be perfectly honed but the majority of us feel comfortable enough in our tastes to recognize when something looks bad.
  • Should You Build Your Own Storage Shed? By:-Bill Traind
    There's no question that a storage shed can make your home run a lot smoother. Sometimes having a small shed out back to store bicycles, or to use for potting plants or as a workshop can not only make your back yard much neater, but free up valuable space inside your house and garage.
  • Stucco And EIFS Siding Choices By:-Abraham Ciwolski
    Stucco and its various uses both in a home and out are usually known to most people in the Southwestern United States. But, when was the last time someone mentioned EIFS? EIFS is a different form of siding that looks amazingly similar to stucco. There are some distinctions between the two kinds of siding that are helpful to be familiar with, however.
  • Different Materials for Different Climates - How to Choose By:-Vicki Hat
    Your climate has tremendous effects to your home's look, longevity and comfort. If you choose the wrong material for your regions condition, your home can easily wear out and problems may be brewing that could lead to expensive repairs. It is okay if your homes have lasted for years for repairs are inevitable. However, if you have been having problems in the earlier parts of the home ownership, incurring repairs is not a good sign.
  • How to Find a Home Builder for Your Home Addition By:-Alvin Smith
    Choosing your home builder to make changes for your home will be as difficult as finding the right house. There are tons of things you need to consider when you want to incorporate changes to your home to make sure that everything will turn out the way you want them to be.
  • Discover The Secret As To Why Tin For Your Roof Is Better Than Shingles By:-Brunaud Vigneault
    Metal and shingle roofs are the prevalent roofing materials used by commercial and residential buildings. Shingle roofs are typically rectangular in shape that may come in various types like wood, slate, cement and ceramic. It lasts longer in cooler places than in tropical ones. There are several folks who seek know-how on why steel for your roof is better than shingles.
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