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Pros And Cons Of Installing A Metal Roof

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If you’ve been shopping for a new roof recently, you’ve likely heard about the new types of metal roofing. These roofs are not only durable, but offer a number of other advantages. However, a metal roof is not right for every homeowner and every building. It’s important to weigh the pros and cons of this type of roofing (or any type) before you invest your money. Advantages of a metal roof Read More»

Create The Perfect Outdoor Entertainment Center

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Even though the holidays just happened and we’re in the middle of a cold winter, spring is right around the corner. Now is the time to plan for great outdoor cookouts and other parties for the spring and summer months. Consider these ideas to achieve the perfect outdoor entertainment center. Start From The Ground Up - A great place to start is with the flooring. Stained wooden floors are handsome and go with any decor you’ll choose for your outdoor living area. Read More»

Benefits Of Sealcoating Your Driveway

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An asphalt driveway is an important investment in your home, so you will want to protect it by carrying out proper maintenance. One part of maintaining a driveway is to apply a coat of sealant when it is initially installed. You also want to follow this up by regularly resealing your driveway over the years. Doing this provides you with a number of significant benefits. Improves the Appearance Sealcoating helps to improve the appearance of your driveway by hiding any small cracks, rough spots or patches. Read More»

Why Clearing Your Own Clogged Sink Is Not A Good Idea

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An hour after you take a bath the tub still hasn’t drained. It’s tempting to grab a plunger or bottle of chemicals and clear the clog yourself. In spite of what the commercials lead you to believe, not all stopped up drains react the same to your efforts. You can easily end up with a big mess, broken pipes, or personal injuries. Learn about the risks of tackling a clogged drain yourself and why you might want to have a local plumbing repair service come out and do it for you. Read More»

What To Do If Your Water Heater's Pressure Relief Valve Is Leaking

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Finding out that your hot water heater is malfunctioning can be an intimidating scenario, but don’t panic. If your water heater’s pressure relief valve is leaking, this guide will help you to figure out why, what you can do about it, and whether you should bring in a professional repairman. Why Valves Leak While it might seem like a malfunction, a leaking pressure relief valve is purposefully designed to leak when the pressure or heat in your water heater becomes too intense. Read More»