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When having anyone working in your home verify that they are insured. Ask for a current copy of thier insurance information. Once you have that call thier insurance agent and verify that the coverage is current. We have general liability, commercial auto and worker's comp.
That's a great question and an important one. We provide very helpful information about this on our website, which lists a few steps to take and questions to ask when planning a remodel. http://www.drdcon.com/steps-for-remodeling.html.
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Yes, we agree with other answers. Common household condensation, or "sweating" on windows is caused by excess humidity or water vapor in a home. When this water vapor in the air comes in contact with a cold surface such as a mirror or glass window, it turns to water droplets that is called condensation. All homes have occasional condensation, such as a little fogging on the windows, and is no cause for concern.
We just had sod installed at the office here at Crown Builders in Charlotte, NC. The landscaper told me to water each day for 15 minutes the first 10 days. From 10-21 days after install water every other day. After 3 weeks and beyond cut the lawn as needed. It should be fairly well rooted and can take normal wear and tear. Give it 1" of water each week. Apply balanced turf fertilizer 6 weeks after install.
Basement flooring is the common issue faced by most of the house owners. Try to create bright and warm flooring for more appealing look. We planned to change our flooring with concrete floors and for more details we contacted http://www.pcwoodfloors.com/ the experts of flooring. Even the prices are reasonable and long term investment. Such floor is one of the most durable and quickly addresses water issues.
It is difficult to suggest an exact temperature for shingle installation. There are several factors involved such as your geographical location, the amount of sun exposure at your particular home, etc. As always, we would suggest referring to your shingle manufacturer's guidelines.
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