Sweet Summer Time: Our June 2015 Newsletter

Can you believe we’re already half way through 2015? This year is really flying by! Autumn and the holidays will be here before you know it. With the busy months just around the corner, summer is a great time to cross some things off your home maintenance checklist (especially those things you meant to do back […]

Ride 4 Suicide: Supporting the Cause for Mental Illness Awareness

July is National Mental Awareness month, and the Hear My Cry Foundation is hosting a great event to support the fight against suicide and the awareness of mental illnesses. The 1st Annual Community Charity Event, entitled “Ride for Suicide,” will be held on Saturday, July 18, 2015. The festivities will begin at 11:30 am with […]

5 Ways to Prepare for Your Home Remodeling Project

We recently had a new client of ours call in and schedule a pre-construction meeting with our project manager to discuss exactly what she needed to do to prepare her home for remodeling. Though this is an exciting time for most homeowners, it can be overwhelming once they truly grasp the chaos that will be […]

From Historic Garages to Modern Garages: The History Behind Where You Park Your Ride

While doing research for permitting on a client’s historic home in Fairmont, we ran across this picture taken of it in the very early 1900’s.  This was during the horse drawn carriage era, before modern automobiles. The concrete block with the owner’s last name on it is a step to step on while getting […]