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Removing asbestos during a remodel

We bought our house knowing it needed a fair bit of work, but we could never have guessed how complicated the job would get in the end. It turns out not only do we have asbestos in the walls, but also, at some point, the previous owners had some asbestos insulation put in the roof. There are a lot more precautions that we need to make as result but, I'll feel a lot better knowing we aren't cooking and eating our meals near asbestos. Our remodeling contractor has been great and has stepped us through the whole process. Join us on our remodeling journey!

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Removing asbestos during a remodel


Signs of an Outdated Kitchen That Should Prompt You to Schedule Renovations

While some kitchen renovation trends are bound to come and go, this does not mean you should put off revamping this space under the presumption that the current design will eventually experience a renaissance. The reality is some fads are better off in the past since they were neither aesthetically pleasing nor functional in the long run. But how can you tell if it is time to invest in an overhaul of this room?

Can You Perform a Major Renovation Project Without Worrying about Your Home's Foundation?

Sometimes, a renovation project will involve more than simply internal remodelling, repair and cosmetic work. Occasionally, you may need to take into account the stability of the entire structure and may need to look downward at ground stabilisation. If your upcoming job is substantial, what do you need to think about before you make too many detailed plans? Reasons to Take Care When your structure was originally built, the engineers and contractors would have installed the foundation to cope with the building as planned.