Oakland County Construction Blogs
Get to know more about the industry and the processes that are associated with remodeling and construction through our construction blogs. The pieces that we write or both based on theoretical knowledge and time-tested field experience, so you know that what you’re reading is as close to the actual application of materials and processes. And to stay tuned for upcoming blogs and articles to keep you updated with regards to our company, our procedures, and the industry as a hole.
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We were working in a beautiful new home in Milford recently. The Owners had the home custom built with numerous unique built-ins, an awesome kitchen, two circular staircases, and many other beautiful features. The house is a 6,500 square foot eye-popper. It is new and it all looks beautiful—-FOR NOW. As I walked through the […]
Excessive dust is probably the most common customer complaint encountered during a typical home or commercial remodeling project. Dust reaches every nook and cranny so anything that can be done to contain it while cutting lumber or sanding drywall will help reduce anxiety. As can be seen in this chart, the point during a major […]
Have you ever wondered why one person can have great success with a deck sealer year after year, while another person using the same sealer has peeling issues, warping wood and other problems? Of course, there could be a lot of reasons, but there is likely a good explanation. Consider, for example, what happens when […]
We at Tri-Pups inc. recently had an opportunity to work with DRI-core, a sub-floor panel that is designed to raise your finished floor off of a concrete surface. Most of the big-boxes like Lowes and Home Depot sell DRI-core, and the pricing is about $1.65 per square foot. DRI-core is especially useful in basement finishing […]