by Mid American Construction Management
Homeowner educational articles to help protect your investment
Pros and Cons of Post Frame Construction Pole Barns
In this article, we will compare and contrast the benefits and limitations of post frame construction versus conventional building.
Post Frame Construction Basics
This article provides insights into the various aspects of post frame construction. The pros and cons of post frame building compared to conventional construction, as well as the benefits and potential limitations of this construction method.
Working With Your Contractor; After Construction
Steps you should take once your project is substantially complete to ensure a smooth closing and transition. A few critical items can be the difference maker in satisfaction.
Working With Your Contractor; During Construction
It's equally important to know what to do during the construction project as it is before it starts.
Working With Your Contractor; Before You Start
Knowing what to do before the start of your project is important to ensuring the project meets and or exceeds your expectations.
Selecting a Contractor Part IV Working With Your Contractor
Helpful guidance on how to work with your contractor before, during and after your project.
Selecting a Contractor Part III Negotiating a Contract
How to negotiate a contract that protects your interests.
Picking a Contractor Part II Evaluating Bids
Learn how to evaluate the bids you have solicited so you can make the best decision for your project.
Selecting a Contractor for Your Project Soliciting Bids
Learn a fast, easy and effective process based system that anyone can use to select the right contractor for a project by soliciting bids.
Which Roof Is Right for Me Part Two
New roof options include asphalt, metal and stone coated. This article breaks down the pros and cons of each.
Which Roof Is Right for Me Part One
If you're getting a new roof, should you tear off the old roof or leave it on and roof over it?
Do I Need a New Roof and How to Avoid Scams
Do you really need a new roof? If so, how can you avoid getting scammed by contractors?