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6 Questions to Ask Before Your Swimming Pool Remodel

Moving forward with a swimming pool remodel is a big decision. Not only is there a good amount of money involved, you’re inviting a crew of workers to invade your space and trusting that they’re going to do high-quality work...

Stop an Encroaching Neighbor: Why You Need a Site Plan

Stop an Encroaching Neighbor: Why You Need a Site Plan

Let’s say that you’ve purchased a plot of land and built a house from the ground up. Maybe you’ve carefully landscaped the area surrounding that house to create the perfect environment for you and your family. How could anything possibly go wrong?

Well,...

5 Ways Site Plans Can Help You with Yard Work and Landscaping

5 Ways to Use a Site Plan for Landscaping and Yard WorkPlanting trees that will grow significantly in the next few decades? Adding bushes as a windbreak around the edge of your property? Carving out a perfect outdoor haven...

Site Plans and Permits: What You Need to Know


Ready to make some major renovations or maybe even add new structures on your property? Not so fast. No matter where you live, you’ll be subject to local building regulations and will likely need to obtain a special permit before...

Using a Site Plan for Swimming Pool Removal or Remodel

If you’re thinking of remodeling your pool or even getting rid of a backyard pool that’s seldom-used, you can’t just call up a construction company and assume that your plans will be carried out in a couple days’ time....

Site Plans and Plot Plans: Who Needs Them and Why?

Whether applying for a permit for a simple tree removal, excavation, grading, or demolition, the counter staff will always ask for a site plan detailing the dimensions of the surrounding structures, lot lines, trees, and other items. This site plan is useful for the public works, engineering,...