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Fall Home Maintenance to Prevent Winter Woes

Posted by Jeff Myers on Sep 20, 2018 2:01:00 PM

Autumn has arrived. The air is cooling, leaves are changing colors, and we can find almost anything in pumpkin spice. It also happens to be an ideal time to perform routine maintenance or repairs to your home. Once winter hits, minor damage can quickly turn into a costly disaster.


Common Concerns

As busy as we all are, it’s easy to overlook or put off doing some of the most basic routine home care, but this can be a costly mistake. Make sure these items are on your fall home maintenance checklist and that you address any problem areas as soon as possible—especially if your home is covered by a standard maintenance agreement.

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Topics: Residential

How to Get the Most Out of Your Steel Building Design

Posted by Brandon Smith on Sep 12, 2018 2:15:00 PM

Steel offers versatile, economic options for many projects from custom homes to mixed-use buildings. With the variety of styles available, projects can be truly custom-built to match almost any needs. However, when building with steel, it’s important to understand what you’re getting and where to find the best values.

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Topics: Residential, Commercial

10 Questions to Ask While Considering Solar Panel Installation

Posted by Dave Dewitt on Sep 5, 2018 2:32:00 PM

Renewable energy is a hot topic, and many people are looking to go green with solar panels at residences and commercial properties. The benefits of solar energy can be found in lower energy bills and a cleaner energy profile for your home or business. However, like any investment, it’s crucial to do your research before going solar.

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Topics: Residential, Commercial

The Benefits of Using a Licensed Contractor

Posted by Bobbii Dickey on Aug 27, 2018 4:30:00 PM

Whether you’ve decided to finally tackle that dream home project, make that hobby space you’ve always wanted, or build a new location for your business, your best bet is hiring a licensed contractor. Unlicensed contractors tend to underbid and appeal to consumers who are desperate to save a dime. As the old adage says, you get what you pay for. There are heavy risks associated with using an unlicensed contractor, and it may end up costing you much more in the end.

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Topics: Insider

Short and Long-Term ROI for Solar Panel Installation

Posted by Jim Vanderbeek on Aug 22, 2018 2:09:00 PM

Consumers today are wisely seeking out renewable sources of energy, and solar panels are becoming increasingly popular, Solar panels, however, come with significant upfront costs. Before you make this investment into your home’s energy, you should understand how and when solar panels return the value of their initial price tag.

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Types of Municipal Buildings Pro-Line Can Construct for Your City

Posted by Bobbii Dickey on Aug 16, 2018 7:29:00 PM

When it comes to municipal buildings, Pro-Line has few limitations. Don’t be afraid to ask us if we can include certain uncommon features or customize your building to suit your unique needs; our experience, skills, creative mindset, and quality building materials enable us to creatively meet each our customers’ specific wants and needs.

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Topics: Municipal

5 Tips for Building On-Farm Storage Buildings

Posted by Bobbii Dickey on Aug 11, 2018 9:13:00 AM

If you’re planning on adding any type of storage building to your farm, we have some great tips to get you started. Consider the following factors as you plan your design and decide where to place the new facility.

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Topics: Agricultural & Storage

5 Important Building Components of Your New Hobby Shop

Posted by Bobbii Dickey on Aug 7, 2018 8:16:00 PM

Depending on how you’ll use your new hobby shop, you may or may not need to incorporate each of the following elements into your design. It’s good to consider each individually, however, so you don’t forget to include anything you will need when figuring your budget. Without further ado, let’s dive in and cover the basics so you can move onto the fun stuff—like interior design, planning the layout, and selecting materials.

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Topics: Hobby Shop

5 Advantages of Mixed-Use Buildings

Posted by John Veenstra on Aug 5, 2018 3:18:00 PM

Mixed-use buildings are often developed in urban settings and have two or more functions. They usually have a creative mix of residential, commercial, and/or cultural real estate in a single, densely populated area. Mixed-use buildings are on the rise due to their convenience, modernity, consumer exposure, and other benefits that single-use buildings don’t and can’t offer.

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Topics: Residential, Hobby Shop, Commercial

5 Creative Uses for Your New Hobby Shop

Posted by Dave Dewitt on Aug 3, 2018 2:27:00 PM

Building a new hobby shop can be exciting. It’s time to splurge on yourself a little and create that special space you’ve always wanted. Here are several creative ideas to get you started and design tips to keep in mind for each type of space.

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Topics: Agricultural & Storage