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Category Archive for: ‘General Contracting’

home office

5 Reasons Why a Home Office is a Great Addition

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Should I Or Shouldn’t I? For a business owner, you may not be sure if you should hire a remodeling contractor Woodbridge VA to put in a home office. While working at home may seem like a dream, there also advantages to having an out-of-home office. As such, you may feel like you’re bouncing back and forth on the decision. […]

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detached garage

Why You Should Consider A Detached Garage

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When you buy your first home, most of the time (unless you get really lucky), you don’t get everything you want. Depending on your budget and your specifications, you might forego that house with the beautiful kitchen because it’s too far away from your job or you don’t get to have the big backyard because it was $20,000 over your budget. […]

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commercial remodel

Should I Remodel My Business?

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Welcome back to our blog, although we are still in “April showers” in the Northern Virginia area, we are excited for the inevitable sunny days. Working in this weather always puts us in a good mood. It might be because Spring is so beautiful to look at but also because it’s time to reinvent! During this time of year, many […]

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home renovation

Why You Should Hire a Contractor

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When you make the decision to renovate or remodel your home, you might contemplate trying to do it yourself. The biggest reason that homeowners consider this decision is usually money. However, while it may save you money up front, it could come back to bite you financially later. We’ve gathered the real reasons why you should hire a contractor, instead […]

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general contractor hard hat

What Should You Ask Your General Contractor?

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Renovating and remodeling a home can be really intimidating for any home owner. The process can seem stressful, daunting and an invasion of your space. It requires a lot of time, money and emotional investment. But, your contractor should be your partner in the process, not your foe. So, when you begin the initial process, you should start by asking […]

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