Get Your Yard Ready For The Next Season

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Are you coming to the realization that summer is almost over with? It went by way too fast, didn't it? While part of the enjoyment for you was probably spending time in your backyard, consider things you can do to enjoy it for the remainder of the year as you get ready for the upcoming seasons. From evaluating what worked in your garden to doing things like gutter repair, here are some ideas that might help.

28 August 2018

3 Reasons To Regularly Maintain Your Asphalt Shingle Roof

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Owning a home requires a lot of maintenance inside and outside the home, including the roof. Of course, many homeowners often put off regular maintenance until a repair or replacement is necessary. If you haven't been maintaining your asphalt shingle roof well, check out these three reasons to get regular maintenance. They Require Little Work to Maintain The reason you maintain your roof is to make it last longer. On average, an asphalt shingle roof may only last 15 to 30 years.

28 August 2018

Commonly Asked Roof Damage Questions

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Roofing problems and damages are a serious matter for homeowners. Regretfully, strong storms can be a major source of this type of damage. For homeowners that live in storm-prone areas, becoming informed about this type of roof damage will be important to protecting and preserving the home. What Are The Various Ways A Storm Can Damage Your Home's Roof? There are a number of different ways that strong storms can damage a home.

28 August 2018

4 Pros And Cons Of Flat Residential Roofs

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If you're in need of a new roof because yours is getting old, has been damaged or you are simply remodeling your home, you may be considering installing a flat roof instead of a sloped one. While sloped roofs are more common on homes, more and more people are choosing flat roofs for their many benefits. First, however, check out these four pros and cons, so you can determine if a flat roof is right for you.

27 August 2018

The Three Types Of Foundation Cracks... And Why You Should Fix Them

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Finding cracks in your basement may cause you to be concerned. Many homeowners assume cracks are a sign of serious damage, and some even assume the cracks mean the house is at risk for collapse! But while foundation cracks are not exactly a good thing, most of them are pretty normal and expected. Below, you can take a look at the three types of foundation cracks, and also learn why (and how) you should have these cracks repaired.

27 August 2018

Is A Flat Or Pitched Roof Right For Your Home?

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If your roof is getting old and you plan on replacing it in the near future, you may be considering if you should get a flat or pitched roof. While many homeowners prefer the traditional look of a roof with a slope, more and more people are choosing flat roof installation. Before you make a final decision, however, check out these three tips to help you determine which type of roof is right for your home.

27 August 2018

Don'T Be Blown Away By Roof Damage This Hurricane Season

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Summer in the Northern Hemisphere may be drawing to a close, but the hurricane season is just entering its peak. From now until November 30, there's a good chance that a major storm can potentially wreak havoc on your area. Capable of speeds of 156 mph or more, hurricane-force winds can do a serious number on your home's roof, leaving behind thousands of dollars in damage. Regardless of whether your home actually sees hurricane weather, you want your roof ready to withstand the destructive forces that come with it.

27 August 2018