• American Builders Quarterly Publishing Sept/Oct Issue 2011

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  • Old technology Owes ecology An apology.

    Posted August 15, 2011 By in Blog, Uncategorized With | No Comments

              Your own property has the potential to be your source of heating and cooling comfort. Now you can get safe, reliable, energy efficient heating and cooling from one piece of equipment. Geothermal energy represents the leading edge of heating and cooling technology. It moves heat energy to and from the …

  • Teak Talk

    Posted August 4, 2011 By in Blog With | No Comments

    Teak is a safe and natural alternative to ozone-depleting materials and substances. We incorporate teak into surprising and intuitive features of our custom built homes…take for instance…the shower floor. Not only does teak wood NOT contain any HCFCs (chemicals with ozone depletion potential), but the trees in teak wood plantations actually help to limit damage …

  • The Bidding Process, Demystified

    Posted July 31, 2011 By in Blog, Home Bidding With | No Comments

    From Surveying and Staking your lot to selecting your Towel Bars and Paint Colors there are hundreds of items and thousands of hours that go into completing a transparent and quality new custom home estimate. Beware of  General Contractors who offer you a procedure for choosing your items based on their “plan A, B or …

  • Greener Value for Our Customers

    Posted July 21, 2011 By in Blog, Green Construction With | No Comments

    We used Plytanium Dryply for our Home Road New Custom Home sub-floor. Dryply is made from sustainable Forestry Initiative certified responsible wood sources. We are proud to provide value-added wood products to our environmentally responsible homeowners while helping to protect our natural resources!

  • Sigma Phi Epsilon Renovation

    Posted July 6, 2011 By in Blog, Renovations With | No Comments

    The Ohio State University converts to a semester schedule in the fall of 2012 and all students will be required to live in on-campus housing for their first two academic years. Capaldo Construction along with New Avenue Architects are completing a design-remodel at the Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity house to comply with University housing requirements …

  • All About Footers

    Posted July 1, 2011 By in Blog, Footers With | No Comments

    The most important thing when building a home is sighting the foundation, and no matter what type of foundation you end up using, they all begin the same way — with the footings. A footing is typically concrete and typically reinforced with steel. The footing is the bottom part of the foundation. It’s the base …

  • Subsurface Drip Irrigation for Onsite Wastewater Event

    Posted June 21, 2011 By in Blog, Wastewater Treatment With | No Comments

    Health Department Professionals from around the country and Canada descend on our two new custom home projects in Delaware, Ohio to witness a geological phenomenon. Subsurface Drip Systems Help Solve Wastewater Disposal Problems. This method involves placing tubing to form drip lines under at least 8 inches of soil. The treated wastewater is dispersed underground …

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