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Peak Rebuilds

Spring is a time of transformation, of warm weather, flowers and allergies. It is also a time of giving, thanks to a non-profit organization called Rebuilding Together. Every year, on the last Saturday in April, the entire country takes part in National Rebuilding Day. Twenty years ago, this day was known as Christmas in April […]


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Peak Battles Burst Pipes

The New Year brought with it an intense cold snap in the Hudson Valley that was tough on both residents and their homes. The harsh temperatures reached as low as 2 degrees below zero in early February, causing a rash of pipe breaks in the region that left houses flooded. The primary concern with water […]


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Modernizing a Home While Restoring the Original Charm

The technology associated with home remodeling has created more opportunities than ever before for energy efficient, cost saving solutions that fit seamlessly into a home. While this might seem like a logical step for newer homes, people with older abodes shouldn’t hesitate to explore cutting edge options for upgrading. With the right approach, you can maintain an […]


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American Dream Come True

Intro I’m Victor, I’m 20 years old and I come from the west of France, in Brittany. To complete my training in a building engineering school (Ecole Centrale de Nantes), and to improve my English, I carried out an internship of two months with Peak Construction. On the one hand this experience aimed to investigate […]


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Planning a new project: for comfort or resale?

Depending on the circumstances, a homeowner may want to make a change to their home because of a growing family, to add a home office, or just to enhance “curb appeal” for resale purposes. If you are interested in recovering the costs, it’s important to know first whether it’s for comfort or resale. Consider Subjective […]


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