Days that are always Fun!

By Rob Myers / April 8, 2015 / 0 Comments

If you’re working, you know that some work days are just plain more fun than others. Sometimes, especially after a long, hard winter, I really need one of those fun days. So last week, I got a dose of what I needed, because tearing down a house is ALWAYS a fun day! Demolition Day is […]

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To Make an Omelet….

By Rob Myers / March 26, 2015 / 0 Comments

The adage goes, “To make an omelet, you have to break a few eggs”. In the remodeling business, this is an often overlooked truth. To remake anything is an act of destruction, and then construction. Both of which entail making a mess. Cutting, sanding, painting/staining, varnishing are  all intrinsically messy  jobs that all have to […]

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Frozen is Good for Soup, not for Pipes!

By Rob Myers / February 28, 2015 / 0 Comments

This February is officially (well, named by me anyway) Frozen February! For the first time that I can remember, we’ve had sustained polar cold settled in over the NE Ohio area for over a month that doesn’t have a family holiday in it, with lows as low as -21-and multiple days and multiple weeks with […]

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Things that Last

By Rob Myers / February 8, 2015 / 1 Comment

This past week I visited the historic town of Charleston. One of the more interesting things is that the history of the people is marked mostly by the things they built. The homes all come from certain eras of Charleston history- colonial, antebellum etc. A Hugenot church built when the French threw them out of […]

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We Build Homes But Create Magic

By Rob Myers / January 19, 2015 / 0 Comments

My wife and I had the great opportunity to join one of our clients for a holiday dinner with their family and friends. During dinner, their friend asked what I thought about the whole process, now that I can see my client’s family living in and growing up in their new home (which is about […]

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