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Free Helpful Apps for Builders

Free Helpful Apps for Builders! Hammond Lumber is always looking for innovative ways to help growing builders be more prepared and organized in the industry. Apps can sometimes be just as helpful to your business as the tools you bring to the jobsite, they have become part of the tool kit mix! Build up your tool kit by downloading these apps on the App Store or Google Play! Weyerhaeuser – Trus Joist Mobile Document Library Are you on a job site and need to review an installation guide for Trus Joist beams, columns or headers?

Insulation Education

Since we all spend most of our time in our homes, it makes sense to want to be as comfortable as possible. Insulation does that, plus it makes this comfort affordable by increasing our home’s energy efficiency. No matter what your choice of material for insulation, they all basically work in the same manner.

Homeowners Splurge on Master Bath Shower Features, Study Finds

Although master bathrooms continue to be one of the most popular rooms to renovate, the features within the spaces have evolved over the years. According to the 2017 Houzz Bathroom Trends Study, released today, statement showers with more square footage, high-end features, such as rainfall showerheads, and accessible amenities are some of the most preferred additions in remodels.

Four Factors to Consider When Working with Minimalist Floor Plans

Many homes are now following the trend of a minimalist modern house plan. As remodelers are called more often to work in these types of homes, they should keep in mind four important characteristics. These homes tend toward open floor plans, yet implement many interesting features of the last few decades, with vintage furniture designs constructed from sustainable materials as an example. The theme of the trend makes the remodeler repurpose the acronym K. : keeping it simple and sustainableI

Guide to Understanding Condensation

The moisture that suddenly appears in cold weather on the interior or exterior of window and patio door glass can block the view, drip on the floor or freeze on the glass. It can be an annoying problem. While it may seem natural to blame the windows or doors, interior condensation is really an indication of excess humidity in the home. Exterior condensation, on the other hand, is a form of dew — the glass simply provides a surface on which the moisture can condense.