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Project Spotlight Allura Fiber Cement Siding Used on the Nevada Woods Residing Project in Grass Valley, CA

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Apartment complexes have unique concerns when it comes to maintenance, materials, and appearance. So, when the Nevada Woods apartment complex…

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28 of the Most Popular House Siding Colors

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Depending on where you live, you’ve probably seen a variety of homes built with popular house siding colors. Color preferences

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The Top 25 Home Builder Blogs in Washington

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When you’re ready to build or remodel a home, it helps to have a builder who you can get to

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5 Major Problems with Steel Siding

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Siding protects the exterior of a home, while giving it the appearance and style that completes its look. So, it’s

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Deconstructing Home Construction Loans: What You Need to Know

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Sometimes, you find the diamond in the rough or a gem in your favorite neighborhood, and you need to get…

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7 Beautiful Red House Siding Ideas

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Red is one of the boldest, most instantly recognizable colors you can use to clad your home. From rustic, barn…

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Allura Project Spotlight: Vireo at Park Place

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Located in Irvine California, and built by the Sares-Regis Group is the master planned Vireo at Park Place. This 105-acre…

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Plywood vs Cement Backerboard Underlayment

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Whether it’s made of stone, ceramic, porcelain, or glass tile enhances many different settings with its beauty and durability. Unfortunately…

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Project Spotlight – Caltrans’ Renovated Rest Stops Made with Allura Siding

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After more than 10 years of planning and a year and a half of renovations, Caltrans’ rest stops on interstate…

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Contrasting Patterns in Home Construction: From Mammoth Homes to Micro Apartments

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It seems that Americans feel most at home in big houses, so big that they rank second in a Point2Homes

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