Stone: Natural or Veneer?

Stone: Natural or Veneer? Stone, with all its natural beauty and versatility, is an excellent way to change the look and feel of a home both inside and out. On the outside, stone works well as cladding on the façade of the home, on columns or the chimney, or even on a single accent wall.…

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Understanding Driveway Sealcoating | Sovereign Construction Services

Understanding Driveway Sealcoating

Understanding Driveway Sealcoating Over time, an asphalt driveway can become dull and sustain damage in the form of cracks and small holes. The hot summer sun boring down, snow and ice buildup in winter, and salts and oils can wreak havoc on the surface of a driveway. Left untreated or repaired, cracks and holes will…

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How To Revive a Garden Shed | Sovereign Construction

How to Revive a Garden Shed

How to Revive a Garden Shed The backyard shed, often a simple structure with the completely utilitarian purpose of storing garden tools and supplies, has come into its own of late. Inventive, creative homeowners consider renovating an existing shed and giving it new life and new purpose or they envision building a completely new structure…

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Give Your Old Brick Fireplace a New Look | Sovereign Construction Services, LLC

Give Your Old Brick Fireplace a New Look

Give Your Old Brick Fireplace a New Look A fireplace is often the focal point of the living room. Family members gather to sit and enjoy the warmth, both literal and figurative, that this element of function and style evokes. Over the last 60 to 70 years, home builders installed wood-burning fireplaces surrounded by red…

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Decorative Wall Variations | Sovereign Construction

Decorative Wall Finishes That Stun

Decorative Wall Finishes That Stun Home décor and interior design have taken homeowners to new heights in terms of wall finishes. While a simple accent wall in a contrasting paint color or wallpaper is still a popular option, other types of decorative wall finishes are gaining in popularity. The type of finish you use says…

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