In this new content series called 'Contractor Connections', we aim to answer questions from homeowners from our wealth of experience working in the residential & commercial wood framing industry. The first article in this series addresses a typical question we often hear "which custom window brand is better for my home?" - an update from our earlier article on custom windows we had written in 2019
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Across the US, a staple construction material for centuries may soon replace cement and steel as the building material of choice for commercial construction. To many both inside the industry and out, the first and most obvious question is, why? What was wrong with what we were using before?
If you want an eco-friendly way of constructing your building, wood framing is the way to go! From being sustainable to offsetting greenhouse gases, this affordable way of framing your building can take you a long way.
Wood framing is the very foundation of your home. If you are wanting to have a house built from scratch, you are going to have to bring in someone to construct the wood framing. This will be what starts the look of your home and ensures that you are going to live within a safe space for many years to come.
Homeowners are turning to custom window installation more than ever before.
Many newer homes - and even some older ones - have windows that are not stock sizes. Rather than have their homes altered to fit those standard windows, they reach out to a company that can perform custom installations. The end results are windows that fit their exact needs, look great on the home, and function as needed.