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We’ve Been Featured!

Our PV (solar electric panels) installation has been featured by our vendor, Sunlight Solar Energy, in their Winter 2012 issue of their newsletter. It tells a little about us and why we decided to go solar. Check it out.

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What, What, Watt!

We’ve gone solar. The PV system on our house is now operational and produced its first Watt. We’ll be posting more about all of this later here.

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“Prime All Cuts”

It’s so simple “Prime All Cuts” We do care, a lot.  We care about doing the job right the first time.  We hate the waste of tearing apart something relatively new that has failed because of poor craftsmanship.  We also care about using best practice techniques in construction, water management, and insulation. We care about […]

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Putting REScheck to Work for Permitting

Here’s a recent article published in JLC, The Journal of Light Construction.  We used REScheck, which is  wonderful software to determine if your new construction meets IECC insulation requirements.  

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Greener PVC

  Recycling cardboard and metal on the job site has always been a no brainer, but PVC was not always so easy.  Steveworks is proud to announce that we now recycle PVC!  Thanks to F.D. Sterritt Lumber Co., our local supplier, PVC is becoming a more sustainable choice.  Instead of going to landfills, we bring our […]

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Give a Damn, Don’t Get a Dam!

“Dam!” That’s what many contractors and homeowners alike were thinking during the winter of 2011. The constant snow, freezing rain, and bitter cold wreaked havoc on our homes—especially our roofs.  Many of us tired quickly of those cute little icicles as they grew into large ice masses hanging onto the edges of our roofs, punishing the […]

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