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Comparing Different Types of Insulation for Your Attic

If you are looking to insulate your attic to keep your home comfortable and efficient, you’ll have three main options: cellulose, fiberglass, and spray foam. While all three types of fiberglass offer insulation for attics, they each have their pros and cons.

Are Your Windows Ready for Winter?

An important step in making sure that your home is ready for the winter properly preparing your windows from the freezing temperatures. Do so will insulate your home and keep it energy efficient when the weather is at its worst.

7 Steps to Remodeling Your Attic

Are you considering adding extra attic space above your current living space? Are you turning your attic into a finished home office, theater room, family room, or even a guest room? With careful planning and partnering with a home remodeling professional, you get the results you are looking for while adding living space to your home.

Remodeling Your Backyard Wood Deck

Summertime is the perfect time for you to remodel your backyard deck. With all the features that decks have to offer, you can create the ideal backyard experience for family or friends.

EPDM Roofing: The Essential Guide

EPDM Roofing is one of the most durable and cost-effective products for commercial buildings. Intelligent can install or replace your current roof using EPDM roofing materials. Call us today for an estimate!

3 Things to Do After a Natural Disaster

A natural disaster in Minnesota can damage or destroy your home. What steps should you take after your home is damaged by a storm? Contact Intelligent Design to help you rebuild your home.

What Are the Most Vulnerable Areas of Your Commercial Roof?

You spent a lot of money in your commercial roof. You depend on that roof to protect your investment, inventory, employees, and customers. Knowing what areas of your roof are most vulnerable allows you to keep a close watch for damage or wear in those areas. Intelligent Design discusses the vulnerable areas of your commercial roof.

Commercial BUR: The Essential Guide

Most commercial flat roofs use BUR (built-up roofing) in their installation. Formerly known as tar and gravel roofing, BUR has been around for over a century. Installed correctly, BUR is long lasting and extremely water resistant. Intelligent Design gives you the essential guide on BUR material.

4 Ideas That Help Your Sloped Roof Stand Out

You spent a lot of money on your home. For many people, their home is the largest investment they will make in a lifetime. Your roof is a large expense with your home. Average roof replacement runs as much as 10-15% of the cost of your home. You want your roof to look good and stand out. Intelligent Design gives you four ideas that help your sloped roof stand out.

Did Your Roof Survive the Long Minnesota Winter?

Minnesota’s cold season can turn the world into a winter wonderland. Minnesota winters bring plentiful winter precipitation including snow, sleet, and freezing rain, all of which can take their toll on your home’s roof. They can also cause water damage to your home’s walls and ceilings. Intelligent Design in Maple Grove, Minnesota, helps you assess your roof’s damage after the long Minnesota winter.

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