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Get Ready For Spring Cleaning!

March 17, 2017


Spring is right around the corner, time for spring cleaning. As a homeowner, it is important to come up with a spring cleaning plan. Most associate spring cleaning with the inside of a home.

Know the Signs of Window Age

February 15, 2017


Many homeowners focus their attention on the age of “things.” They study the age of the water heater, age of the roof, and the overall age of the house. Not many consider the age

Is it time for a bathroom remodel?

November 9, 2016


One of the most cost effective home remodels is in the bathroom. There is a lot to consider when to take on this type of remodel. At Mihalkos, we can help you decide what

Did you clean your gutters this fall?

October 28, 2016


Fall is a Great Time to Clean your Gutters When is the last time you cleaned out your home’s gutters? Cleaning your gutters may seem like a spring-cleaning activity when in fact, fall is

Remodeling for the Elderly

September 14, 2016


Are you worried about an elderly loved one who is still living at home? At Mihalko’s General Contracting, we know how important it is to care for an older family member. Here are some

Don’t Let a Leaking Roof Ruin Your Day

August 17, 2016


Have you checked your roof lately for any signs of damage? Don’t wait for leaking in your ceiling to occur, know the signs before it happens. At Mihalko’s, our professional contractors will help determine whether you need

Upgrade Your Outdoor Space

July 19, 2016


Summer is a time for barbecues and outdoor parties. Is your space lacking in seating and scenery? At Mihalko’s, we can help you plan a backyard makeover in your budget. Because when it comes

Energy Efficient Windows from Mihalko’s

June 28, 2016


Are Your Windows ENERGY STAR? Did your parents ever tell you “close the door, we aren’t heating the neighborhood!” If you remember hearing that, then why are you still heating or cooling the neighborhood?

A Cleaner Environment Starts With Your Kitchen Sink

April 12, 2016


Making up more than 20% of the United State’s garbage, food is the largest source of waste in our landfills and incinerators, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. Americans are dumping more food waste