Solving Residential Home Construction Problems - If you own a home,
there is a good chance that you will eventually have problems and these
problems will need to be repaired. Solving residential home construction
problems can be extremely difficult, if you don't have any idea what
you're looking at.
Home Buyers Beware - I can't believe how many homebuyers purchase a
house, with very little information and a lot of hope. I'm a general
contractor and often work on these homes, after they have been purchased
and a homeowner has their money, the real estate professional is no
longer involved in the transaction and the new homeowner is starting to
experience the pitfalls from buying the home, that they sincerely
believe was in good condition.
Taking the Final Walk through after Your New Home Is Built - After
the new home is completed, you're going to want to walk through and
examine the entire house to make sure that everything is acceptable, one
last time before you release your final payment to your contractor.
Here's some suggestions and I hope they help with the process.
Should I Inspect My New Home? - Lets start from scratch here, you
just purchased a brand-new home and everything works fine in the house,
but you're wondering when or how often you will need to inspect your
home as part of your home maintenance program.
New House Construction Advice - Asking Questions - You have a good
plan from a good home designer and now it's time to frame your house.
The foundation has been poured and the lumber has been delivered. The
next step is to start assembling the wood framing and this usually gets
new home owners excited.
Home Building and Online Contractor Referral Services - One of the
biggest problems in the construction business and every other business
that I could possibly think of, is the lowest price competition. The
person with the lowest price and the best product usually makes the most
money if they do enough business.
Three Ways to Save Money When Building a New Home - When it comes to
saving money, I don't think that there is one person in the world that
isn't interested in saving a few dollars if they can. When building a
new home, there are thousands of ways that you can save money. I'm going
to share three of them with you.
Home Purchasing Checklists Provide Protection - Home purchasing
checklists provide protection for consumers with useful information for
future home repairs or current home repairs that will need to be done
before the home is sold. Home inspectors often use checklists like
these, while they're inspecting the home.