A Commercial Or Residential Building Inspection Process

 A certificate of occupancy is a document that declares that construction, renovation, or demolition processes have been conducted according to code. A contractor is responsible for obtaining a permit and contacting an inspector, prior to beginning a commercial or residential project that involves erecting a new structure or altering an existing one. A Contractor's Obligations A building inspection division is an agency that oversees property modifications. A contractor who is being hired to oversee construction, renovation, or demolition project will be required to furnish proof of their eligibility to perform the job that they are being hired for. [Read More]

Keeping Things On-Schedule When You Hire A General Contractor

Homeowners often complain that when they hire a contractor, the work never gets done on time. To some degree, this is the nature of the business. Contractors cannot always account for shortages in material or delays in the supply chain, and often, these issues are to blame for their lateness. There's not much you can do about these issues, either. However, there are a few steps you can take as a homeowner to help ensure your general contractor is able to stay on schedule better. [Read More]

5 Reasons To Get Interior Painting Services

Are you a homeowner? If so, you likely have a variety of home maintenance objectives to do each year. Perhaps you focus a lot on the aesthetics of the exterior of your home. The interior of your home also requires attention, and it may be less obvious to you if you spend more time indoors than outdoors. You have likely gotten used to the way things look and might not notice certain things such as paint imperfections. [Read More]

Want To Build A Custom Home? 3 Things To Know

If you are looking to buy a home, there are many options on the market to consider. However, even if there are many homes for sale where you live, finding the best fit may still be challenging. Building a custom home is a fantastic way to get the home you want where you want to live, but building a home is different than moving into an existing one. Here are three things you need to know before starting work on your custom home. [Read More]