Winston Brown Construction is seeking experienced, qualified individuals to join our team. We are fortunate to have a lot of jobs lined up, so there is plenty of work to keep you busy all winter and into the spring! We offer competitive wages and a benefits package including medical and dental coverage, paid vacation days, and paid holidays.
Posted on 10/7/2016 at 6:03:00 AM
Posted on 10/3/2016 at 6:28:00 AM
About 90 percent of homeowners stay in their homes during remodeling projects. Some end up regretting it.
Why? Dust, which can permeate every part of your home, from your toothbrush to your dog’s fur.
Here are a few ways you can tell whether your contractor is concerned about a livable environment during a major remodeling project, lasting six months or more.
Does the remodeler:
Dust isn’t just a nuisance. Remodeling and demolition dust can trigger asthma attacks, allergic reactions and problems for people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Jobsite dust can also have an adverse effect on the health of pets that are in the home during construction. In addition, particles from sawing, scraping and s...Read more
Posted on 9/20/2016 at 3:00:00 AM
Granite Kitchen Counters
Granite is one of the most popular choices — it’s a natural stone with plenty of character, unique grains, colors and customizable finishes. When properly sealed, it's one of the most durable options out there. Unsealed granite can absorb stains such as oil, which can ultimately cause dark spots or discoloration. Heat from pots and pans or hot liquids will likely have no effect to the granite surface under normal circumstances. Certain foods with citric, lactic, and vegetable acids such as oranges, milk, and tomatoes can strip the polish or etch the stone surface.
It is recommended to seal the granite countertops and then periodically reseal the surface every few years to help liquids penetrating ...Read more
Posted on 9/13/2016 at 3:00:00 AM
Perhaps nowhere else in your home does the successful blending of form and function result in as much payback and long-term satisfaction as in your kitchen. But kitchens are arguably the most complex room in your home when it comes to planning. Help from a professional is required for a successful design, but let’s not forget that your role in the planning process is also critical. Here are four tips for planning your kitchen remodel so that you and your designer can develop the best possible kitchen for you and your family.
Posted on 9/2/2016 at 5:24:00 AM