There's no doubt that construction workers and contractors have to use a lot of science in their work. They use physics to determine the best and safest ways of building structures. They also use chemistry when exploring different options for paints and finishes. At the same time, though, construction is also an art. Contractors have to think about what will look best in a home, how colors coordinate with each other, and how a certain material may make a building feel. Here on this blog, we would like to celebrate the melding of art and science in the construction field. Welcome to all of our readers!
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