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Baton Rouge

(225) 926-2031

Denham Springs

(225) 664-4126

Contractor Tips

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Choosing Insulation

Poor insulation wastes energy, increases bills, and disrupts your comfort level.  Seal those annoying air leaks with products that contain a high R-value (a measurement of resistance to heat flow). Check out these five major options to determine what additional insulation you need in your home....
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Types of Wood

The wood you choose for your project will depend upon the project. Some wood works great for construction; other types work better for making furniture or instruments. Familiarize yourself with the basic characteristics of these wood types in order to save yourself time and money. Wood is categorized as softwood or hardwood. Let’s look at some examples and features....
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Choosing the Right Lift for Your Job

Selecting the appropriate lift for your job site requires a bit of pre-planning. In addition to knowing the reach needed, you also must consider the options of the task at hand and how many workers, tools, and materials will be on the lift. Will your work be indoors or outdoors on an even or uneven surface? Will the lift need to go up steps or through narrow lined halls or doorways? Considering these questions can help determine which machine is best for your next task....
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Customer Trust

While it may be fairly easy to secure jobs following a crisis, maintaining and growing a customer base takes more than the lowest bid and quickest turnaround; it takes trust! Clients are unlikely to call again if you have broken their trust, whether intentionally or unintentionally. Although you cannot control every detail and manage all possible scenarios, you can begin and end your relationship with a customer fostered with trust. So, how do you build trust with a customer? Let’s look at a few tips....
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Keep An Eye Open for These Construction Trends

As 2018 has dawned, one can anticipate several construction trends. Here are a few of the areas to watch through the first quarter of the year. ...
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How to Become Recession-Proof

With the ups and downs of the economy, the construction industry is one that can easily take a hit in times of a recession. However, no matter the circumstance, there are a number of projects that simply must be done. Use the following tips to help you evolve with the current market’s needs....
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