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Back in the Saddle; Talking Big Brothers & Big Sisters
Welcome, everyone. Welcome Back to AskTheContractors.com, your Home Improvement Show on air with information that you need to keep your home in working order. In fact, I love DIY people out there who doing their project's themselves and as a Contractor, I want to help...read more
4 Improvements That Make Your Home More Energy-Efficient
Whether it’s to boost the value of your property or to lower your monthly bills, there are many benefits to making your home more energy-efficient. Plus, did you know that residential homes account for around 20% of greenhouse gas emissions? A PBS report reveals that...read more
Question: Where Do I Start When Renovating a Historic Home?
I'm thinking about buying a small historic New England (1800) colonial in need of great repair. Want to restore it and update the inside. What do we need to look for before taking on the project and buying the home? Is it better to inspect the house with a contractor,...read more
How to Choose the Right Contractor for Your Next Home Project
Despite the ongoing pandemic, many California residents could still be in dire need of home repairs. Luckily, contractors and construction workers are deemed essential workers, so you can count on them for help. But, how should you go about it? Here are five tips to...read more
Question: Wood Split on a new Load-Bearing Wall. What can I do?
Question from Roy I'm building a sauna. I have never framed anything before but have done a bunch of reading and research on it so far. It's 4ft x 5ft x 6.5feet (interior dimensions). All walls are load-bearing.So, I was framing my first wall and a split started to...read more
Question: My Contractor says “no” to a Self-Leveling Floor Base. Should I?
Here is the question from C.H.:I have a contractor telling me that I do not need a floating cement system over an old concrete slab before installing tile on the floor. Is this true? Well, I haven't seen your floor, but if it's an older floor the best way to put tile...read more