Understanding The Construction Process

Asphalt Shingle Maintenance: A Beginner's Guide To A Roof Checkup

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It is no secret that when you become a homeowner, you take on a new responsibility to maintain your home. One of the biggest structural components that deserves annual attention is the asphalt roof of your home. The roof may be high over your head, and even a little intimidating when you are not a roofing contractor. Yet a simple maintenance checkup is easy to achieve with a little direction, a good ladder, and a safety harness to keep you safe while you work overhead. Read More»

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»

Exterior Decorating Tips That Don't Include New Siding

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If you think the exterior of your home is in need of some serious TLC, then you are the prefect candidate for the tips here. If your siding is in good repair, there isn’t any reason that you should change it just to make your house look better. There are plenty of other ways that you can spruce up your exterior without having to go to those extremes. Paint the Siding 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»

The Dangers Of Do-It-Yourself Home Plumbing

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Repairing or replacing the plumbing in your home may seem simple, but it can be dangerous for amateurs. There are hidden safety hazards that must be considered before deciding to attempt a home plumbing project. These dangers include: Falls You may fall from a ladder while attempting to loosen a stubborn pipe fitting, or be knocked off your feet by a sudden geyser if you compromise the integrity of a water supply pipe. Read More»