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Whether you’re planning a new build or remodel, windows and doors play a major role in boosting curb appeal. They also impact the beauty, comfort and efficiency of your home.
Many homeowners today are gravitating toward large openings for abundant natural lighting, enhanced by attractive framing in a variety of customizable designs. It’s important to choose high quality materials that can withstand the ravages of mother nature and the wear and tear of father time.
Let’s take a look at some of this year’s best materials and design ideas for your windows and exterior doors.
Just like every other industry, construction continues to deal with the impact of COVID-19 in the latter half of 2020.
More than 5 million Americans have been infected by the novel coronavirus, with more than 170,000 fatalities as of mid-August. In Missouri, more than 68,000 cases and over 1,300 deaths have been reported.
The pandemic has also brought economic disruption, with millions out of work and many businesses — including contractors — facing an uncertain environment.
Recent indicators point to both positive signs and ongoing challenges. Construction spending actually increased by 5% during the first 6 months of 2020 from the same period in 2019, totaling $667.9 billion. And although total construction spending declined 0.7% to a seasonally-adjusted $1.3 trillion from May to June, that figure was actually 0.1% above June 2019 levels.
Here’s our summary of trends that will likely affect the construction industry for the remainder of 2020 and into 2021.
Are you hoping that the home you live in now will be your forever home? If so, you’re not alone.
Two-thirds of U.S. adults say they would prefer to age in place instead of moving to a retirement home, according to one survey. However, only one-third believe they will be able to do so. About a quarter of respondents said they just don’t think their home is suitable for an elderly person to live in.
This is where an aging-in-place remodel can help. By following the principles of universal design, you can create a safe, comfortable and stylish home for all ages and abilities.
Here are some ideas to consider when upgrading your home to accommodate your needs as you age.VIEW ALL NEWS
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