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As a company, Seaberg Construction strives to treat every single homeowner and project with care. So, why else should you choose to work with us? We’re experienced. Co-owners, Jon and Adam, have both been working in construction since their early teen years. They each ran successful companies apart from one another and decided to partner...

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Is it time for a new roof and you feel a little intimidated about the terminology? We’re here to help! 1.) Square Roofers will typically refer to the size of your roof in squares. A square is 100 square feet, which is a 10’x10′ box or square. An average sized roof is 15-18 squares.  ...

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Some home improvement projects may not be worth doing before you put your house on the market because the return is either low or breakeven. Your roof is something to definitely consider replacing before selling for multiple reasons.   1.) Improve Resale Value An average sized and shaped roof costs anywhere from $7,000 to $9,000...

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Some contractors will use scare tactics to get you to replace the entire roof when maybe it isn’t actually necessary. You can learn the signs to look out for to make an informed decision based on your home.   1.) Do you have missing shingles? Missing shingles can blow off of a roof at any...

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One of the most frequently asked questions about vinyl siding we hear is, “does the existing siding need to be stripped off first?”. We usually recommend it to be stripped but it can depend on your house and budget. Reasons to strip the existing siding before installing new siding:   1.) Your old wood siding...