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Learning About Construction Practices

Hello, my name is Jennifer Altman. Welcome to my website about construction practices. When I was a young kid, I would go down the block to the nearby construction site and watch the workers perform their jobs. I was fascinated by the equipment and practices used to erect large buildings in such a short time. Since that period in my life, I have continued to learn all I can about the construction field. I created this site to share that knowledge with my readers and help everyone better understand the practices used in the construction field. Thanks for visiting my site. Please come back again soon.

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4 Tips For Caring For Wood Flooring To Prevent Problems With Scratches, Stains, And Discoloration
5 December 2018

If you want to have elegant and attractive floors

Need To Add New Siding To Your Home? 3 Benefits Of Choosing Vinyl Siding
25 October 2018

If you are planning to add new siding to your home

3 Easy Steps To Deciding On Your New Siding Colors
12 September 2018

Your home is seriously lacking in curb appeal, and

How To Make Plumbing Problems A Thing Of The Past In Your House
1 August 2018

Out of all the moving parts in a fully functioning

3 Reasons To Keep Your Trees Trimmed
20 June 2018

Having trees on your property comes with an added

4 Tips For Caring For Wood Flooring To Prevent Problems With Scratches, Stains, And Discoloration

If you want to have elegant and attractive floors installed in your home, you may choose to use wood flooring materials. The thing about wood floors is that they can easily become damaged with scratches, stains, and discoloration. If you know how to deal with these problems, your wood floors will last longer with fewer blemishes. Here are some tips to care for wood floors and prevent the unsightly damage. 1. Routine Cleaning and Waxing to Protect the Surface of Wood Floors Read More 

Need To Add New Siding To Your Home? 3 Benefits Of Choosing Vinyl Siding

If you are planning to add new siding to your home, you have many options to consider. One of these options is vinyl siding. There are many benefits to this type of siding, three of which are listed below. Consider using vinyl for your siding, so you can make your home look beautiful. Offers Less Maintenance You will find that vinyl siding has much less maintenance when compared to other types of siding, such as wood or stucco. Read More 

3 Easy Steps To Deciding On Your New Siding Colors

Your home is seriously lacking in curb appeal, and it needs new siding. How do you go about choosing a siding color that will actually look good, though? Here are three steps to picking a palette that will result in a house exterior makeover you'll be proud of. What Kind Of Architectural Style Does Your Home Have? Everyone has seen pastel-colored adobe stucco homes. Old Victorians are commonly referred to as " Read More 

How To Make Plumbing Problems A Thing Of The Past In Your House

Out of all the moving parts in a fully functioning house, it sometimes seems that the plumbing system gives people the most problems. If you really ponder the situation, it's easy to see why this is the case. You probably use your bathroom multiple times each day and the more use you get out of something, the quicker it tends to develop issues.  However, even though you might be thinking about using your restroom less frequently in order to preserve it, some other techniques can be just as effective. Read More 

3 Reasons To Keep Your Trees Trimmed

Having trees on your property comes with an added responsibility – you must know when it's time to get the trees pruned. If you allow the trees to grow and the branches to spread naturally, you could find yourself paying to repair damages that the trees have caused. Here, you'll learn about the problems that unkept trees can cause on your property. Roofing Damage Those large trees that keep the temperatures in your house down during those hot summer days could actually be taking years off of the life of your roofing materials. Read More