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Make sure the electrical work in your new house turns out right, Read on here for planning advice.
Plumbing in your new home - Tier 2 page
If home building for yourself is your dream, but you aren't sure where to start, here is practical advice from an experienced architect/builder.
Checking the foundation layout follows right after the home site is cleared. This page gives practical advice on checking the batter boards and dimensions.
Checking the plumbing layout in a concrete slab before it is poured is one of the most important things the home builder will do. This page gives practical advice on checking pipes in the slab.
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Picking the shingles for your home's roof can be tricky. Get tips here on ways to hire the roof work, and how to select the right shingle.
Concrete footings provide the support for your new home. Seeing them dug and poured is exciting.
Checking the plumbing drain rough-in installation in the stud walls is one of the most important things you will do. This page gives practical advice on checking drain piping in your new home.
Checking the plumbing rough-in installation in the stud walls is one of the most important things the home builder will do. This page gives practical advice on checking plumbing in the walls.
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