What Material Should You Choose For A New Roof?

Posted on: 2 August 2017

When you choose a new roof for your home, you might think that your main concern is keeping out precipitation. If that were the case, you could simply choose the least expensive material, a.k.a.asphalt shingles, that will still provide precipitation protection, and your job is done. However, there is much more that you need to cover. For example, you need to consider how your roof will shelter you from energy bills and replacement costs down the road.
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How To Keep Birds Away From Your Roof

Posted on: 27 July 2017

Birds are a common animal in almost every yard and garden, but they can quickly turn from a pleasant background chorus to a pest if they take up residence on or in your roof. Bird droppings can carry diseases with them, and the construction of nests on your roofing shingles or tiles can increase the risk of leaks developing. Further, nests that are placed on or within your chimney can quickly become a serious fire hazard.
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Remodeling Tasks That Are Easier Or Harder Than Expensive

Posted on: 26 July 2017

If you are not experienced with home remodeling, it may be difficult to predict how hard a project will be. Some projects may be easier than expected and you may put them off when you don't have to. Others might be harder than expected and you may not allocate the time or resources properly toward getting it done. Difficult: Measuring Cabinets After The Fact One of the most expensive mistakes that are made when remodeling is failing to measure the cabinets.
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Recently Buy A Home With Siding? 4 Signs Of Damage To Inspect For Seasonally

Posted on: 21 July 2017

The siding on your home is designed to last for many years, and it plays a role in protecting the underlying structure from the elements along with insulating your house. Unfortunately, all types of siding are subject to wear and tear over the years. For this reason, you need to know what to look for as you inspect for signs of damage that signal a need for siding repair. Watch For Cracks or Dents
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