Is Your Property Spring-Ready?

After a long, cold winter, it’s no question—New Mexicans are ready for spring! The real question is: are our home and business buildings ready? As we prepare for longer days and warmer temperatures, we should also prepare our properties for the change of season and weather. Checking their condition and repairing any winter damage will not only ensure your building … Read More

DIY vs. Professional Roof Replacement

For many homeowners, it is a point of great pride that they care for their property personally, taking care of upkeep, repairs and maintenance, and even home improvements themselves. There are countless sources for inspiration and instruction on how to complete all these different household jobs, from fixing a leak to remodeling a bathroom, and the DIY-craze has never been … Read More

Winterizing Roof Checklist

Roofing Installation Albuquerque

In New Mexico, fall is a wonderful season marked by beautiful autumn colors, the smell of roasting green chiles, and the sight of hot air balloons in the sky. The arrival of fall, and the return of chilly weather that accompanies it, also reminds us of something: winter is coming. The arrival of winter always requires a fair amount of … Read More

House Hunting? Check the Roof!

When purchasing a new home, there are a mountain of things to consider before making your final decision. Outside of the obvious factors such as size, neighborhood, price, and the age of the house itself, one must often consider the age of different elements of the house individually. A remodel is rarely all encompassing, so most houses will have some … Read More

Hail Damage!

Hail Damage graphic

New Mexico is known as The Land of Enchantment, a name influenced by its sunny forecast and desert scenery. However, this Southwest state is no stranger to wet weather, including extreme hail storms. Every summer, New Mexico is affected by the North American Monsoon System (NAMS), usually taking place from June 15th through September 30th. During this period, hail can … Read More

Stucco: How to know when it is time to replace your stucco!

Stucco Infographic

Stucco makes for a beautiful addition to any New Mexican building, from homes to businesses. Its many shades make it easy to personalize and its rough texture adds a bit of depth and dimension to a building’s exterior. However, like anything else, its quality may begin to diminish with time, revealing cracks, discoloration, and even mold. Knowing when to inquire … Read More

Problems to watch for this summer!

Common Roofing Problems infographic

Though mostly known for sunny, dry days, summertime in New Mexico can bring about a variety of weather. What may start off as a bright and warm day could eventually turn into a rainstorm—because here in The Land of Enchantment, the weather can change in the blink of an eye! It’s important to note that the constantly changing weather can … Read More

Summer is here!

Roof Inspection infographic

When temperatures are near 100º and the sun is constantly shining, you know it’s summer in New Mexico! As a Southwestern state, The Land of Enchantment is known for dry, hot summers with especially high temps, and while this may be enjoyable for outdoor activities, it’s quite the opposite for your structure—especially the roof. The sun’s rays ceaselessly beating down … Read More

Kitchen Remodel

CLI Construction of Albuquerque had the absolute pleasure of remodeling this kitchen for local business owner, Bale of Por Vida Tattoo, and we’re giving you an exclusive, inside look!  At CLI Construction, we pride ourselves on quality work and craftsmanship, and helping beloved New Mexicans in our local communities. It brings us joy to work alongside our clients and help … Read More

Roofing, Stucco and Remodeling YouTube Channel

Commercial Roofing Installation Albuquerque

CLI Construction of Albuquerque has created a new YouTube channel, and you’ve got to check it out! We’re dedicated to giving our clients an inside look at our projects and the work that goes on behind the scenes. Normally, we achieve this by sharing some photographs of the process and final result, but now we’re taking it a step further … Read More