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Building Materials

How To Choose Suppliers That Prioritize Value In Their Products

When it comes to picking products for your home building project, most purchasing decisions boil down to two factors: prioritizing quality or prioritizing price.  The problem with prioritizing price alone is that quality is ...

Windows + Doors

Not Just Glass: Focus on Window Accents to Complement your Home

Choosing the right windows for your home or office project is just as important as picking out a wall color, light fittings or finishings to complement your space. Windows contribute to the look and ...

Millwork

Enhance Your Build With Custom Millwork

Custom millwork can add timeless beauty and elegance to any build. Whether decorative or functional, any room or exterior can benefit from the warmth, character and hand-crafted details that custom millwork lends to a ...

Renovation

Increase Your Home’s Resale Value With The Right Renovations

Renovating a home can come with its share of hard work. But, if done smartly renovating can be a worthwhile way of increasing the resale value of your home. If you are planning on ...

Roof

Roofing in New England – 4 Factors to Consider

Tis’ the season…for home repairs and renovations. As we head out of winter, many people find now the perfect time to clean up around their house, and make repairs and updates to parts of ...

Lumber

Lumber 101 – What Lumber Pricing Trends Actually Mean For The Industry

Lumber may not be something on the minds of many people, but for contractors, it’s an essential building block. Think about it—if it weren’t for lumber, we probably wouldn’t have such great buildings to ...

Renovation

4 Things You Need to (NOT) Do For Your Next Home Improvement Project

‘Home improvement’ has become somewhat of a loaded phrase, meaning something different to every person. Shows such as HGTV’s Fixer Upper and TLC’s new Nate & Jeremiah By Design further fuel America’s obsession around ...

Windows + Doors

3 Things to Consider when Choosing Energy Efficient Windows

Are you done with having your money fly out of the window? The U.S. Department of Energy estimates that heat transfer through your windows is responsible for 25-30% of residential heating and cooling energy ...

Renovation

Should You Invest in New Windows For Your Home?

New windows are growing in popularity with homeowners as a top renovation priority. There are multiple reasons for this, not all of which are related to increasing property values. Some have decades-old windows and ...

Windows + Doors

Improve Your Home With Fiberglass Windows

If you are in the process of planning new construction, tackling a remodel, or simply looking to spruce up some finishings, windows can make or break the beauty of your home. Whether it’s the ...