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!

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Understanding Construction Delays

  • 4 Great Upgrades For Your Home's New Custom Deck

    19 September 2019

    If you want to extend your new home's living space out into the backyard, then a large custom deck is the perfect answer. Wooden decks are a stylish way to add a bit of warmth and a lot of functional space to your yard. They aren't as cold and impersonal as a concrete patio and provide a lot softer place for your children to play.  While you may envision a simple, square deck that isn't visually appealing, today's custom deck builders have many optional upgrades that can add some serious designer flair to the structure.

  • How To Plan A Home Sprinkler Installation

    12 July 2019

    The worst thing you can do when installing a sprinkler system is to jump into it blindly without having a plan in place. You may end up with a sprinkler system that does not meet the needs of your home, causes flooding or will end up being expensive to repair.  Know How Much Water You Need You will need enough water per minute to water your lawn. Most lawns will require 15 to 20 gallons of water per minute.

  • Working As Welder? Why You Should Consider Joining The Welding Contractor Union

    19 April 2019

    Now that you have started working as a welder, you should think about joining a welding contractor union. The union is there to provide support and assistance for professional welders who take their jobs seriously and are willing to provide high-quality work whenever they are hired to complete welding tasks. If you know that you do good work and you would like to have the support of a union backing you up, you should reach out to the welding union to discuss the possibility of joining in and reaping the benefits that come from being a union member.

  • 4 Things A General Contractor Will Do When Handling Your Home Renovation

    20 February 2019

    It is not always necessary to hire a general contractor to help with a home renovation, since some homeowners handle their home renovations on their own. However, general contractors do offer valuable services. A few of the things that a general contractor will probably do when handling your home renovation have been listed here. 1. Helping with Planning the Project First of all, you might need help with planning your project.