The Pro-Line Building's Blog

5 Benefits of Building vs. Buying

Posted by Brandon Smith on Apr 20, 2018 2:07:00 PM

You’ve decided that your current living arrangement just won’t do anymore. Now what? While you could choose one of the homes for sale in your area, you should know that there’s another option available to you. By building your next home, you can and enjoy these five benefits (and more)!

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Topics: Residential

Tips for Selecting the Right Building Partner

Posted by Tanner Vanroekel on Apr 17, 2018 7:33:00 PM

Selecting a building partner is arguably the most important decision you’ll make for your next construction project. They will be your guide throughout the duration of the project, so how can you be sure to select a partner with the appropriate expertise and management style? Let’s explore some tips for finding the right partner for you.

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Topics: Residential, Agricultural & Storage, Equine, Hobby Shop, Commercial, Municipal

Questions to Ask Before Starting a Construction Project

Posted by Brandon Smith on Apr 14, 2018 10:09:00 AM

Are you currently planning your next construction project? Make sure you answer these six questions before you begin.

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Topics: Residential, Agricultural & Storage, Equine, Hobby Shop, Commercial, Municipal

Advantages of Using a Construction Company to Handle the Details

Posted by Bobbii Dickey on Apr 11, 2018 5:47:00 PM

Embarking on a construction project is a huge task, but you don’t have to do it alone! Partnering with a construction company can save you time, energy, and resources. Whether you’re building a custom home or looking to add commercial steel buildings to your business’ property, don’t sweat the small stuff. Work with a construction company that can handle the details. If you’re not sure if you want to partner with a construction company, read on to find out how it can make your construction project easier.

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Topics: Agricultural & Storage, Commercial, Municipal

It’s All About the Hobby Shop

Posted by Bobbii Dickey on Apr 5, 2018 4:57:00 PM

The use for hobby shops is evolving, and with that, their popularity is increasing. So, how are people using these structures, and what’s the process of building one? One thing’s for sure: each hobby building is different.

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4 Things to Keep in Mind When Designing Your Custom Home Floor Plan

Posted by Bobbii Dickey on Apr 3, 2018 5:47:00 PM

As you begin planning for your new home, it’s important to consider what you’ll be looking for in your floor plan. As you start the design process, keep these important areas in mind.

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Tips for Commercial Site Selection

Posted by Bobbii Dickey on Mar 31, 2018 11:17:00 AM

Choosing a site for your commercial building site is a big decision. The vitality of your business depends on getting it right. Before you select a site for your next building, consider how these factors affect your location needs.

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Topics: Commercial

How to Set a Construction Budget—and Stick to It

Posted by Bobbii Dickey on Mar 28, 2018 4:43:00 PM

It’s important to outline your budget for a construction project from the very beginning and stick to it as work progresses. But how can you be sure to stay within your parameters? If you’re preparing for an upcoming construction project, here are our tips on how to set a construction budget and stick to it. 

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7 Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Construction Company

Posted by Bobbii Dickey on Mar 24, 2018 10:33:00 AM

Choosing a construction company for your upcoming project is a big step. If you've never done it before, it can be overwhelming. Be sure to ask these seven questions before hiring a construction company to ensure your satisfaction. 

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Topics: Residential, Roofing, Agricultural & Storage, Equine, Hobby Shop, Commercial, Municipal

Ready to Start a Commercial Building Project But Unsure Where to Begin?

Posted by Jason Larue on Mar 22, 2018 2:07:00 PM

Embarking on a commercial building project can be quite an undertaking, especially if you've never done it before. As an expert in your field, you know how much it takes to get a job done right. The same applies to construction. As you begin the early stages of your commercial construction project, pay attention to these basic aspects.

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Topics: Commercial