Byron Miles

Byron Miles

Five Things You Should Know About Working With an Architect When Designing and Building a House

6 January 2022
 Categories:
Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you're new to designing and building a home of your own, you're probably really excited about the process. One reason why you might be excited about the process is that you like the idea of designing and building a home that is perfect for you and your family. If you want this to happen, then you're probably going to need to work with an architect. If you're a bit overwhelmed about this, these are a few little things that you're going to want to be aware of.
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2 Practical Reasons To Never Engage In DIY Vinyl Siding Installation

6 January 2022
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Although you have an array of siding materials to choose from for your house, vinyl is likely at the top of your list due to the range of advantages that it offers. The versatile customization of vinyl supplies gives you creative freedom when it comes to selecting the texture and color of this material, so you can rest assured that it can easily complement the architectural details of your home. Moreover, the weather resistance of vinyl siding makes it a highly durable solution, even if you reside in a location that experiences severe weather.
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Why Transmission Tower Painting Is Important For Your Utility Service Company

20 December 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you have a business that provides electrical power to customers, the transmission towers that are needed to direct electricity into homes and other businesses should always be up to standard. New paint on a transmission tower can serve many purposes and can improve the tower in several ways. You may not have realized all the great advantages that come with transmission tower painting, and you should consider scheduling service for any towers that need new paint.
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Boiler Repair: 4 Crucial Signs Not To Ignore

9 November 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Though a boiler experiences excess use, it can last long with proper care and maintenance. In addition, a well-installed boiler from a trusted manufacturer can last more than a decade with minimal hitches. But even with the best maintenance, the appliance will require repairs at some point. For instance, the system's components will suffer usual wear and tear with age, necessitating frequent repairs. Here is some common damage that affects plumbing systems and how to deal with them.
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Fire System Sprinkler Repair Issues Should Be Fixed As Soon As Possible

26 October 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Your fire sprinkler system is one of your first lines of defense against fire on your property. It can help mitigate the smoke and flames and slow property damage or allow people to get out of the structure before authorities arrive. If there is any issue at all with your sprinkler system, you'll want to get it checked and fixed as soon as possible. Here are some potential fire sprinkler repair issues that might pop up with the new system over time.
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About Me
We Live in a Built World

Most of us love, or at least appreciate, nature. But if we are being honest, we mostly live in a built world. What we mean by this is that most of our surroundings are not entirely natural, but have instead been created, mostly by construction workers and contractors. This is true of our homes, our landscaping, our schools, and our places of employment. We really have to step back and thank our construction workers for creating these aspects of the world we live in. This blog is one way that we give thanks. We use it to share info about construction with readers like you.

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