Understanding Construction Delays
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Understanding Construction Delays

About a year ago, I could tell that our home project was a little delayed. Our team of contractors had been struggling to work with some of their providers, so I decided to work with another team altogether. It was really frustrating, but I could tell that it was the right call to make. After we made the transition, the new staff got right to work addressing some of the most serious concerns. I wanted to create a blog all about understanding construction delays so that other people could see how difficult it can be to resolve them on your own. Check it out!


Understanding Construction Delays

  • Ready For A Change? How To Get Exactly What You Want Out Of Your Kitchen Remodeling Project

    5 December 2017

    If you're tired of your old kitchen, it's time to plan a kitchen remodeling project. Remodeling your existing kitchen will give you the upgrade you want while allowing you to remain in your existing home. After all, you don't want to go to the trouble of buying a new home just because you're tired of your old kitchen. A kitchen remodel can be just the change you need. Before you sit down with your contractor, however, here are four steps you should take that will ensure you get exactly what you're looking for.

  • 3 Reasons to Invest in Vinyl Siding

    29 August 2017

    Are you trying to add some value to your property without breaking the bank? While you might have a bunch of remodels in mind, you might not able to afford all of them. Luckily, there are quite a few cost effective remodels that are still very worthwhile for most homeowners. Installing vinyl siding on the exterior of your home is one of the most popular home upgrades because it is such a cost-effective project and it has a wide range of benefits.

  • How To Save Money On The Concrete Work You Need To Have Done

    26 August 2017

    Whether you have one or multiple concrete projects that need to be done, you will want to make sure that you are doing everything in your power to save as much money as you can. This way, if you are trying to stay within a set budget or you simply want money for other projects you want to have completed, you will be able to do it. Here are some ways you can try to save money on your upcoming concrete job:

  • Include These Ideas When You Hire A Contractor To Build A Basement Wine Cellar

    2 August 2017

    Many wine aficionados also enjoy collecting wine, which means that a wine cellar can be a goal to which you may aspire. Instead of just buying some racks to hold the bottles of wine in your collection, it can be fun to hire a contractor who is experienced in creating wine cellars, and then discuss some plans on transforming a room in your basement. Even if you're not planning to list your home for sale right away, the presence of a wine cellar can be a useful feature to highlight, given its attractiveness to many prospective buyers.

  • 3 Keys For Top Commercial AC Performance

    29 July 2017

    To be positive that you are getting all that you need out of your commercial air conditioning, it is crucial that you learn how to get the best performance out of it. When you know a little bit more about your air conditioner installation, repair, and maintenance, your company will be better for it and everyone inside your office will be comfortable. To this end, read below so that you get the commercial air conditioning service that you need: