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Earl Miller Construction

Quality work at a reasonable price in a timely manner.

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201 North Sioux Point Road
182 Saddlebrook Court
North Sioux City, SD 57049
Last Updated: January 8, 2019

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About Earl Miller Construction

Residential and light commercial construction in NW Iowa, NE Nebraska and SE South Dakota, specializing in remodeling of existing facilities or homes.
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Quality work at a reasonable price in a timely manner. 

Residential and light commercial construction in NW Iowa, NE Nebraska and SE South Dakota, specializing in remodeling of existing facilities or homes. We are experienced in the repair of structures due to wind, hail, fire or water damage. Earl Miller Construction is a Preferred Contractor for State Farm Insurance

We guarantee work with the highest customer satisfaction.

Earl Miller's Professional History

GENERAL CONTRACTOR:

1982-Present Earl Miller Construction, Inc., North Sioux City, SD 57049

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS: 

Home Builders Association of Greater Siouxland 

Member of Siouxland Chamber of Commerce

Better Business Bureau of Siouxland (Past President) 

Siouxland Claims Association 

South Sioux City Chamber of Commerce

Homer Town Board (past member)

EMT with Homer Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department for 15 years

Cub Scout Leader for 5 years

St Paul's Lutheran Church Council (past member)

Hospice Volunteer (at present)

EDUCATION:

BACHELOR'S OF SCIENCE DEGREE Wayne State College, Wayne, NE Industrial Arts Major 1979

TEACHER, INDUSTRIAL ARTS:

1979-1984 Winnebago Public School, Winnebago, NE

Taught Industrial Arts to junior high and high school students

Developed an on-the-job training program focusing on home repair for high school seniors


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For many households, the kitchen is the center of the home and the hub of activity. Remodeling the kitchen can be a major undertaking. It is not just the expense, but also the inconvenience to the household that gives many homeowners pause when considering such an undertaking. In spite of this, homeowners continue to find good reasons to proceed with a kitchen remodel. Reasons for remodeling vary, and your neighbor may not share your top reason for the project.

Deterioration

The kitchen might simply be falling apart. Cracked tiles, peeling countertops, broken or missing cabinet doors and outdated appliances don’t inspire gourmet cooking or family gatherings. The deteriorated kitchen has simply outlived its usefulness and needs a remodel.

Value

Homeowners often remodel their kitchens to increase the value or marketability of a property. A remodeled and attractive kitchen will appeal to prospective home buyers more than a boring and outdated one. The homeowner may or may not recoup the investment of the remodel; this will depend on a variety of factors, such as the degree of the remodel and current market prices.

 

Energy Savings

Energy savings might be the prime motivation for a kitchen remodel. Adding skylights brings in more sunshine, reducing the need for artificial light. Energy-efficient appliances and solar water heaters cut the utility bill and place less stress on the environment.

Modernity

The kitchen can be pristine yet outdated. If the kitchen says the 1950s, but you want to live in the here and now, it is time to transform your retro kitchen environment into a room for the 21st century.

Lifestyle

The kitchen layout may have worked great for the previous homeowner, but not for you. Perhaps it lacks a breakfast bar, and your family wants to gather informally in the kitchen to enjoy coffee or grab a quick meal without going to the dining room table. Whatever the reason, one motivation for a kitchen remodel is to arrange the room to best suit the family’s needs.

Special Needs

It is sometimes necessary to remodel the kitchen to better accommodate the needs of disabled family members. For example, if one of the family is in a wheelchair or no longer able to reach high cupboards, a remodel can make the room more usable.

Financial Incentives

The prime motivation behind a remodel might simply be financial incentives, such as energy-saving rebates offered by government entities or vendors. Financial incentives include sales at home improvement centers, cash rebates for trading in outdated appliances, remodeling grants, and low- or no-interest loans.

Change

Some homeowners simply want change. The current kitchen might be a functional, updated and attractive, yet no longer appeal to the homeowner.

Home Improvement TV

Watching home improvement shows on cable television inspires many homeowners to remodel their kitchens. They may never have considered such a project until a home improvement program showed them the possibilities for their kitchen.

Gourmet Kitchen

For a homeowner who enjoys preparing fancy meals and considers himself a gourmet cook, the prime reason for a remodel is the desire to create a dream kitchen. A gourmet kitchen with fancier amenities than most accommodates the cook’s needs.

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Are you thinking about remodeling your kitchen? Give Earl Miller a call to start your project and get the kitchen you've always wanted!

Earl Miller Construction

712.251.1033

201 North Sioux Point Road

North Sioux City, SD 57049

Did you know replacing your windows could yield one of the highest returns on your real estate investment? Window replacement provides greater comfort and enjoyment for homeowners, but can also lower energy costs, reduce outside noise, and provide easier home maintenance. Whether you live in high humidity or below-freezing temperatures, there are many types of windows to choose from, and Pella windows and doors offer the energy-efficient glass options for your specific needs.

If you’re considering replacing your windows or wondering why you should check out the following benefits of window replacement.

1. Lower Energy Costs

Replacing your windows may be one of the most cost-effective home improvements you can make. Well-insulated windows keep extreme outdoor conditions from affecting your indoor heating and cooling system. Pella’s InsulShield® Low-E Insulating Glass Collection offers the innovative and energy-saving choices designed for specific climates. Pella’s multi-paned glass with Advanced Low-E protection and insulating argon between the panes blocks 84% of the sun’s ultraviolet rays and helps reduce energy costs while increasing comfort.

2. UV Protection

Most people love having natural light in the home, but excessive ultraviolet rays can cause fading in your home’s interior. Protect your home’s walls, floors, and furnishings by choosing windows that have Low-E insulating double-pane or triple-pane glass with argon that provides added protection from UV-rays – like sunscreen for your house!

3. Easy Maintenance

Replacing your existing windows with new quality windows that feature advanced designs will increase sustainability. Look for easy-clean features, durability, and quality construction. Innovative designs like between-the-glass blinds, shades or grilles not only contribute to less time spent cleaning, they can also reduce the dust and allergens in your home.

4. A Safer Home

Quality windows and doors are available with glass options that can increase the safety and security of your home. Tempered glass is less likely to cause injury when accidentally broken, as it is designed to break into small granular chunks instead of splintering into jagged shards. Laminated glass has a polymer interlayer that holds the glass together if shattered – offering added protection from potential intruders.

5. Noise Reduction

Reduce outside noise by installing high-quality windows with noise-reducing glass options such as Pella’s Laminated, Triple-pane or Sound Control Glass.

6. Curb Appeal

While replacing your windows can reduce energy costs and increase security, the style, color, and material can also benefit your home. New and improved windows can boost your home’s curb appeal, adding visual interest and can help increase your home’s overall value.

7. Home Value

According to the National Association of Realtors, window replacement projects can return homeowners more than 78% of the project costs upon resale.

When buying new windows for your home, you will want to keep in mind aesthetics, function, and protection from the hot and cold weather.

-From www.porch.com

If you are thinking about replacing your windows or doors, do no hesitate to give us a call 712.251.1033

Earl Miller Construction

712.251.1033

201 North Sioux Point Road

North Sioux City, SD 57049

Having the proper trim around the exterior of your house is like wearing the proper jewelry, it completes the home in a subtle but significant way. However, exterior trim isn’t only nice on the eyes; it provides important waterproofing and long-term survival for your home.

Make Your Home Visually Appealing

Having the appropriate trim on your home can take it from a basic house to a beautiful home. The purpose of trim is to connect and pull all of the exterior features of the home together. This includes the roofline, doors, windows, and garage. Although the size and shapes of these components differ, having continuous matching trim to encompass them will give your house a cohesive finishing touch. But make sure the style of your trim matches the overall style of your home because there are a variety of exterior trims and moldings available. Be sure to shop around and research online the styles that work best together.

Also, consider your exterior trim paint colors. The trim color should be complementary to your house color. This means that you could choose to install a lighter or darker shade of your house color for your trim for a subtle and harmonious pairing. Or for a bolder statement, pick a color that contrasts with your exterior siding. But be careful not to clash or be too overwhelming. The trim should balance and complete your house. Discover more tips for choosing colors here.

Trim Has Practical Functions

Additionally, exterior trim boards help to waterproof your home’s exterior. They belong on corners, around doorways and windows, along with roof edges and any other building components your home may have.

There are several types of exterior trim available including solid wood, laminated wood, thermoplastic composites, engineered wood, fiber cement, and cellular PVC. Some products will provide a longer lifespan for your trim than the traditional wood trim. They can withstand harsher and longer periods of weathering including ultraviolet sunrays, wind, rain, snow, insect infestation, and rot.

Consider the condition of your home’s exterior trim and decide if an upgrade is in order for the aesthetic or health of your home. Having the proper trim can boost your curb appeal to new levels. If you’re interested in new trim or exterior siding contact Peninsula Siding Company for an estimate.

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Give your house a new look of elegance when you upgrade the trim of your outside windows. Call Earl Miller to get it done!

We offer trim services and we are committed to your complete satisfaction!

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Earl Miller Construction

712.251.1033

201 North Sioux Point Road

North Sioux City, SD 57049

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