Winter Building

Believe it or not, building in the winter is more costly than building in the summer. Understandably, there could be very good reasons why you need to build in the winter months, but there are also a few reasons to consider holding off on that addition, second story...

Preparing for Winter!

Here it comes again! Weather experts are saying we’re in for another harsh winter, so we thought it would be a great time for a refresher of what we need to do before the freezing temperatures hit! If you have a sump pump in your home, make sure it is functioning....

Sheet Goods

In our last blog post, we discussed floor joints and their current place in the home construction market. Today, we thought we’d continue the discussion and shift our focus this time to sheet goods. Sheet goods vary in price and subsequently quality, which is why it...

Floor Joists

For many years, homes have been built with dimensional lumber, meaning the lumber was milled from trees. This method has proven successful in the past, but as time goes on and trees are becoming scarcer, it has been realized that we cannot keep up with demand. As a...