Despite the brutally cold weather we’ve been having these past few weeks, things are heating up at Souder Brothers! As we near the end of the winter season here in PA and NJ we would like to take this opportunity to update you on the commercial construction projects we’ve been working on, and what’s on the schedule for spring.
Souder Brothers began construction on a 7,000 sq. ft. addition at Penn Valley Pump (Warrington, Bucks County, PA) in August of 2014. This new space will be used for offices and is expected to be completed in just a few short weeks! You can see some progress photos by visiting our Featured Project Page – Penn Valley Pump. Be sure to check our website frequently to see updated photos and the finished project!
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Are you considering renovating your commercial office space or upgrading the exterior façade of your building in the Philadelphia area? If so, you may be wondering if it’s really worth the investment. As industry experts, we’re here to help. We’ve put together a list of the top 5 benefits we have seen our clients experience from completing a commercial build out project.
Houzz.com has taken the residential remodeling industry by storm. Never before has it been so easy to see literally thousands of design ideas in one place. Gone are the days when you had to physically purchase stacks of magazines to cut out photos to show to an architect or interior designer. With this great tool at your fingertips, planning your new space just got a whole lot easier.
For any readers not familiar with Houzz, let us tell you what you’ve been missing out on. Whether you’re a homeowner looking for ideas or a professional who wants to showcase a new project, Houzz has something for everyone. The online community provides a place for architects, interior designers, and contractors alike to post photos of residential construction projects. Homeowners can then browse the photos to get ideas for their own space.
When clients come to us and aren’t sure of what they want to do, we direct them to Houzz.
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