Are You Restoring An Older House?

Has our dream of buying an older home finally come true? While many of your friends and family members have expressed that their dream house would be one they could design from scratch, maybe you love the architecture of old houses.  While your purchase of an older home might be very exciting, you also more than likely realize that there will be a lot of work involved in making it truly livable. [Read More]

Designing And Building Your Custom Dream Home

When having a home custom-built, it is necessary to be as thorough as possible when considering the factors that will make the home a comfortable place to live while also keeping the building process smooth. Despite the fact that you may not have been through this process before, there are steps that will help to keep this experience smooth and enjoyable. Appreciate The Importance Of Interior Air Circulation During the design phase of building a home, it can be easy to focus on aesthetics and functional design choices. [Read More]

Choosing A Cabinet Setup For Patient Exam Rooms: Three Features To Consider

The exam rooms in your medical practice should be as welcoming as they are functional, and that means choosing the right setup and furniture to go in each one. Commercial cabinets are essential for exam rooms, but you'll want to take some time to find the configuration and features that meet your needs. Take a look at some of the features that can make your exam rooms work for you and your patients. [Read More]

Hydro Excavation: A Viable Solution For Historic Properties

Many buildings and parcels of land hold great historic value. The owners of these properties typically don't want to disturb the original structures and risk compromising the integrity of a historic home. Excavation near historic properties is often required to install modern conveniences within these homes. You may have to dig in order to install Internet cables, water lines, or other modern amenities. Hydro excavation can offer a viable solution that will help you to access underground spaces without compromising the integrity of your historic home. [Read More]