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How Wiltrack Construction is Taking Precautions Against the Coronavirus
Reading Time: 6 minutes How Wiltrack Construction is Taking Precautions Against the Coronavirus At Wiltrack Construction & Development Group, we take pride in serving South Florida in the areas of commercial and residential construction. We’ve worked tirelessly to earn the trust of the citizens of Stuart and the surrounding areas. These are tumultuous times, though, with Covid-19, better known… Read More »
How To Know Which Kitchen Countertop Is Right For You & Your Family
Reading Time: 6 minutes How To Know Which Kitchen Countertop Is Right For You & Your Family If you’ve been considering having your kitchen remodeled, you may be looking at countertop options. And if that’s the case, it’s entirely possible you’re a bit confused by all of your choices. We’re going to review the basics of countertop materials, including… Read More »
Kitchen Remodeling Trends for 2020
Reading Time: 4 minutes Luxury Kitchen Remodeling Trends for 2020 You’ll Love Kitchen remodeling is one of the top investments you can make for your home. Not only does it raise the value, but it also can make the space more functional, especially for entertaining. Since it’s a big project, you’ll want to plan it out carefully… Read More »
Asbestos in the Home
Reading Time: 3 minutes Asbestos in the Home For most of the 20th century, asbestos was heavily used for constructing new homes and buildings. It was cheap to produce and praised for its great insulant and fire-retardant qualities. Even some of the smallest household appliances contained asbestos. Not until the late 1970s were the dangers of asbestos public… Read More »
Does a Home Addition Change the Home Value?
Reading Time: 2 minutes When you need more space, you might think about buying a new home or adding to your current house. Adding to a current home can be cheaper and easier. In addition, it can keep you in the same area, and you might get more for your money, depending on the market. However, if you plan… Read More »
How is a Design + Build Company Better?
Reading Time: 2 minutes Recently, we talked about how a Design + Build firm has everything under one roof. During that post, we went briefly into how this makes the overall cost cheaper. However, that’s not the only positive to come from this type of construction setup. Today, we’re going to talk about what makes a Design+Build firm better… Read More »
How Long Will My Project Take?
Reading Time: 2 minutes Quite unexpectedly, the answer to this question is, “it depends.” In a 2016 survey; the Census Bureau found that the average completion time of a single-family home was six months. However, many factors play into the number, including climate, floor plan, home-style, environment, city, and even contractor. Construction Style Homes come in either prefabricated, template,… Read More »
Five Things to Think About When Building a Custom Home
Reading Time: 2 minutes As we go through life, we learn what we could have done better. In other words, hindsight is 20/20. Building a house is no different. Especially if, like many, it is the first time you’ve purchased a custom home. However, the solution to this is to learn from those who have been where you are… Read More »
What is a Design + Build Construction Company?
Reading Time: 3 minutes Design-Build means one team from start to finish. Simplified construction and open communication enable one firm to reach otherwise unattainable cost and speed savings. When you work with a design + build firm, you can expect to sit at the table with the best architects, builders, engineers, and estimators regularly. The open communication between these… Read More »
Biggest Mistakes New Home Owners Make When Remodeling Their Home
Reading Time: 3 minutes When you buy a pre-built home, there is a chance you will want to remodel certain aspects. That’s normal as there’s a high chance you didn’t get the perfect home for you. RIght after you buy a home, you want to give it your style and make it right for you. However, there’s a lot… Read More »