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Inside and Out

All summer we've been doing a ton of work on the outside of homes all over the valley! Roofs, siding, painting and windows galore along with decks and additions. But don't forget we are expert interior remodelers as well! Kitchens and bathrooms, new floors and trim too.

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Summer Heat is On!

Hot Summer Home RemodelingAs the summer season rolls on, we're still enjoying plenty of opportunities to do our best for our customers. But we also need to remember to take care of ourselves during this warm spell. Proper hydration, sunscreen and just getting out of the sun for a break are important for our team to stay healthy and ready to go. The same goes for you and your family, as well as your neighbors.

Staying Busy!

After such a long, tough economic time we're really thankful for this busy season.    Last year we grew stronger and took on many great projects and met a lot of really neat people. This year is shaping up to be even better!    We've changed a couple of critical subcontractors and have had terrific results!    Being able to depend on timely, professional work lets us get our work done better and faster.   As always we strive to deliver customer satisfaction no matter if we're doing one job or half a dozen.   

Rain Can Be A Reminder!

   I'm sure everyone noticed that we've had some rain showers lately. Along with helping the garden grow and keeping the grass green, the rain can remind us of that leaky window or the missing shingles that blew off last winter.

   Repairs like these shouldn't be put off until the fall; now is the time to fix the problem before it grows and turns into a costly repair!

            

Off and Running! (On Vinyl Tile)

   Last week our team finished off a couple projects, one being a vinyl tile floor using a product by Armstrong.

   vinyl tile, kichen floor

It feels like a linoleum floor but has the look of tile. It can be grouted like tile or applied tightly together to minimize lines.

 Another advantage is it doesn't crack or break like a stone or ceramic product, and can be cut with a jigsaw or knife instead of setting up a messy wetsaw in your yard!

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