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Getting a Tax Credit When Replacing Windows in Your Home

Replacing windows can save you money on your taxes and utility bills but it is a considerable investment. The U.S. government offers a tax credit to encourage homeowners to purchase energy-saving windows. By following the steps listed below, you can receive the tax rebates being offered. Shop around for your window options. Make sure the […]

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5 Outer Banks Renovation Mistakes

(1) Failure to Obtain a Building Permit To most Outer Banks homeowners it seems crazy to have to obtain permission to renovate your own kitchen or bathroom. After all, it’s your home and you know what you want and money is tight. So why should you have to get a permit if you’re going to […]

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The Trust Factor in Outer Banks Home Remodeling

As in every relationship, the most important factor in an Outer Banks remodeling project is trust. And it is not just that the client should trust the contractor, but the contractor should also trust the client…the trust needs to be a two way street. Both the client and the Outer Banks remodel contractor should start […]

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Time To Call An Outer Banks Roofing Contractor

As an Outer Banks homeowner, a brown spot on the ceiling can be very bad news. It could very likely mean that you have a leak in your roof and the possibility exists that, by the time you see this evidence, you’ve already suffered some damage. The best thing you can do to protect the […]

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Outer Banks Window Replacement Done Right the First Time

When it comes to Outer Banks window replacement, it’s safe to say that most homeowners have never tackled a window replacement project. And although it’s true that there are many do-it-yourselfers out there, chances are that going from room to room to assess the energy efficiency and quality of installation of their existing windows isn’t […]

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