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Remodeling Your Home? Choose Sustainable Materials
Remodeling Your Home? Choose Sustainable Materials

  More Americans than ever are concerned about the environment, and you can put your environmentally conscious beliefs into practice by choosing sustainable building materials for your next home remodeling project. Peak Construction in Hudson Valley offers green building services to help you make environmentally responsible decisions with your home renovations.  What Is Green Building? […]


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5 Home Renovation Ideas for Spring
5 Home Renovation Ideas for Spring

As the season change, many homeowners in Hudson Valley New York are eager to begin thinking about their upcoming home renovation projects to enhance the allure of their homes. Springtime is an exceptional time to work on improving the appearance of both the interior and exterior of your home. If you are stuck for renovation […]


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Mold Awareness | Peak Construction
12 Facts About Mold You Might Want To Know

September is “National Indoor Toxic Mold Awareness Month”, established by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The goal of Mold Awareness Month is to educate home and business owners about the adverse economic and health-related effects of indoor molds and toxins. Often, mold problems can stem from water damage, and just compound a home […]


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New Year’s Resolution For Your Hudson Valley Home

The New Year is a time for many to make their resolutions on how they want to improve themselves and their life, but don’t overlook making New Year’s Resolutions for your home.  This is a perfect time of year to start determining what changes you want to make over the coming year that can help […]


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Peak Construction | Fire Restoration Fishkill
Holiday Fire Hazards To Ensure Safety

During the holidays, homeowners have more fire hazards than any time of the year.  Peak Construction of Fishkill, NY wants to share their safety tips to ensure a wonderful holiday season. Christmas Tree Safety Make sure the tree is at least three feet away from any heat source, like fireplaces, candles, radiators, light or heat vents. […]


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