Archive for June 7, 2018
Even when you live in a great home and have all of the latest entertainment accessories, you can still feel like you need a little more space. A little more space for the dog. A little more space for the lawn mower and gardening tools. A little more space for the craft projects that you like to work on. Fortunately, there are a growing number of companies that can build garages and sheds, wooden outdoor dog kennels, and spaces that can be transformed into a crafting oasis. Even if you just want a space where you and your friends can gather, watch the big games, and smoke cigars, there are places that can build a ready made building and deliver it to your home for installation. There are also companies that can create all of the parts and send it to you so that you can assemble it yourself or you can hire a team of professionals to complete the task.
If you make the decision to order a building online, howe
The best way to be sure that you are following, not breaking, the rules is to be the one who is charge of making the rules!
Some neighborhoods have some pretty strict homeowner’s association rules. Everything from the type of shingles you can put on your house, to the exterior paint color of your home, to regulations about what kind of small sheds and pool houses can be on your property. The smart homeowners, however, quickly realize that their are some ways to get around what first looks like a very stringent set of rules and regulations. Namely, volunteer to be on the governing board.
Once you are sitting at the table and are part of the discussion about the kinds of restrictions that are in place, you can begin to understand the process. Once you understand the process of how changes and updates are made you can start making sure that the changes that are made match the goals that you have for your own property. It may be a little sneaky, but when you want to have some say i
It is nearly 7:00 pm on the Friday before Father’s Day weekend and the staple guns are still going full speed ahead. In fact, in the 15 months since last spring’s major hail storm is has been difficult to find a day during the fall, spring and summer when you have not heard the echo of staple guns carrying through the entire subdivision. The work, obviously, had to come to a halt when the winter weather arrived, but as soon as the cold weather left for good the streets were filled with work trucks, driveways were filled with pallets full of shingles, and the air was filled with transistor radio music that was competing with the noise of the staple guns.
Damage restoration after a hail storm can be a real challenge and a very big expense. When a severe weather event happens in an area, everyone is trying to get their roofs replaced, their windows fix