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The Danger of Winter Roof Collapses in Connecticut

By: Kevin Ahern
February 13th, 2014

As heavy snow continues to plague much of the country, both residential and commercial property owners are becoming concerned with the threat of winter roof collapses. This may remind you and your neighbors of the winter of 2011.

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Insurance Restoration: Tips for Remodeling after a Natural Disaster

By: Kevin Ahern
November 26th, 2013

The past few years have shown us that Mother Nature may strike at any time. Natural disasters like tornadoes, hurricanes, and blizzards have affected many homes in Connecticut as well as the rest of New England. Once your loved ones are safe, making sure that your home or business is restored is your next concern. Unfortunately, many of us are not prepared to deal with insurance restoration and everything involved with remodeling after a natural disaster. Here are a few tips to help you through this difficult time.

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The Best Ideas for Fall Home Remodeling in Connecticut

By: Kevin Ahern
October 16th, 2013

Though the weather may be getting cooler, fall remains a popular period for residential remodeling.

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Commercial | Commercial Remodeling | General Contractors | Residential | Residential Remodeling | Industry Knowledge

4 Reasons to be Wary of Low Contractor Bids

By: Kevin Ahern
October 2nd, 2013

“Construction firms often make unrealistically low bids to get jobs… but they can count on finding plenty of reasons later to jack the price up enough to allow for a profit. When the building is underway, it becomes prohibitively expensive to fire the contractor and start anew. The owner has become a hostage.” - Wall Street Journal, December 5th, 2007 

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