It’s How you Finish

By Rob Myers / February 11, 2017 / 0 Comments

We forget, today, that most things are still made by people, in one way or another. Most experiences we share are good or bad because of the people we are interacting with. Sure, many things are stamped out by automated robotic machines-maybe most things are. But, at some point in the stream from raw materials […]

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When Beginnings are Endings

By Rob Myers / October 18, 2016 / 1 Comment

The process of building has evolved into an elaborate scavenger hunt. Having a family say “Let’s go!” begins a process that can take upwards of a year or more of time chasing around approvals, permits, labor, materials, and so on.At the very first, we need to have a plan to build from, so we turn […]

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Avoid that Sinking Feeling

By Rob Myers / August 3, 2016 / 0 Comments

An article recently caught my attention- it has to do with a condominium building built in San Francisco that has started to sink. Of course, this isn’t any small condo building, this is a high rise, with multi-million dollar units and high profile owners. Of course, the building’s reps claim that the building started to […]

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Artwork is Timeless

By Rob Myers / May 27, 2016 / 1 Comment

I had the opportunity to tour an amazing home in Cleveland Heights last night. Several things made the home amazing to me- first was the impeccable way the owners had restored nearly everything in the home, saving the pieces that froze the home into the early 20th century- things like what had to have been […]

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Home Tech that Lasts

By Rob Myers / April 7, 2016 / 0 Comments

One of the major issues I’ve had with home technology over the years is the fact that it doesn’t last. The companies that make most of this gear don’t support it forever-even though it may control major systems of the home. So, while we build a home to last over a hundred years, the gear […]

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