What's Included In Your Rock Clause? Make Sure You Check Before You Sign Your Contract

Posted on: 9 May 2016
In any excavation project, there is always the potential for obstacles, delays and other circumstances that can make your project go over budget. Because of this, the contractor will usually include what's known as a "rock clause" in your contract. This clause includes costs that you will have to pay if things go wrong or if the project requires extra labor. You might assume that some of these things are included in the job, but they might not be.
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3 Ideas For Outdoor Additions To Expand Your Living Space

Posted on: 9 May 2016
With summer around the corner, you may want to consider home improvements to enjoy the great outdoors. These do not all have to be limited to summer time use; they can include improvements like enclosures and all-season rooms that you can enjoy all year. Here are some ideas for outdoor additions that you can get the most use out of: 1. Adding An Outdoor Kitchen, Complete With Stone Counter Tops
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How To Find An Eco-Friendly Insulation Contractor

Posted on: 21 April 2016
Retaining hot or cold air is often far more efficient than continually making it anew. If you're someone who cares deeply about the environment, using green insulation methods is often an excellent way to make sure you remain as eco-friendly as possible Here are a few approaches to finding an insulation contractor for keeping your house the temperature you want it that is also environmentally friendly. You really can have it both ways.
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Propane Heating For Your Home: Questions To Ask About The Tank

Posted on: 9 March 2016
If you're considering buying a home that provides propane heat, or you've thought about changing your current heating system over to propane, there are several important things to consider. Propane is a clean, odorless gas that is affordable and generally safe to use. It is cleaner than oil and offers plenty of great benefits when used to heat a home. Here are some questions you should ask about the tank used to house the propane if you're thinking about a house that uses this type of heat.
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