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Portland- and Seattle-based contractor Hammer & Hand provides construction best practices for high-performance building.
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Charleston-area home sales hit 10,000 this year, as the metro area’s housing market continues to show growth.
Adding a new second story onto an existing house, design-builder Andrew DiGiammo tries a new strategy: Build the new roof first, demolish the existing roof second.
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