Roofing / Gutters
The Latest Trends in Metal Roofing
by Guest Post on Jan 19, 2010
The latest innovation today is metal roofing. Available in a range of appealing materials, today’s metal roofing offers strength, flexibility, and permanence to compliment any home design. Metal roof contractors prize it for its beauty, endurance and renovation-friendliness. Continue reading →
Choosing the Right Roofing Materials for the Right Job
by Guest Post on Jan 19, 2010
Choosing the right roofing materials begins with knowing what you will need for the job. Once you find the page that lists the materials needed you will then need to know what would be the best type to purchase. Continue reading →
How to Roofing Clean Gutters
by Guest Post on Feb 14, 2010
There are two main areas of a gutter to clean. The interior gutter, where all the debris collects, and the exterior of the gutter. The interior portion of the gutter should be cleaned twice a year and the outside of the gutter needs once a year. Continue reading →
Roofing and Factors for its Repair
by Guest Post on Feb 15, 2010
You would have heard and read many articles on roof repair and its preventions but this article will discuss factors to be considered while going for roof repair and reproofing decisions. Roof repair is one issue just about every homeowner frets about. Continue reading →
How to Repair Stucco
by Guest Post on Apr 17, 2010
Stucco is an important material strengthening the walls usually made of concrete. It is used for decoration purposes and to coat the walls. Stucco repair is not a difficult job, it only requires some practice to do it perfectly. In order to practice, you can try stucco repair on boards that contain holes on it. Once you heal those cracks successfully, you can move further to do the actual job. Continue reading →
Best Roof Coating - Liquid Roof
by Guest Post on May 27, 2010
Liquid-applied roof coatings have proven themselves as useful tools for roofing professionals to restore and protect existing roofs. They can be extremely durable and used as the first line of defense in the roofing envelope, offering further protection. Continue reading →
Roof Restoration: Future Proof Your Home
by Guest Post on Jul 6, 2011
It is easy to neglect your roof when it comes to home maintenance and restoration; because roof damage and deterioration is so difficult to see, we tend to ignore it until something bad – like a leaky roof – actually happens. By this time, what could have been a minor repair has often turned into a major renovation. Continue reading →
Additional Maintenance Necessary for Tile Roofs
by Guest Post on Dec 12, 2011
When you have your tile roof cleaned you may want to consider taking some extra steps which can prevent a very tragic outcome. Often times moss, dirt, pine needles, or whatever else it may be, start to build up underneath the tiles along the walls and in the valleys. Continue reading →
How to Troubleshoot Roof Problems and Repairs
by Guest Post on Feb 24, 2012
Roof repairs can be the most difficult and dangerous repairs to make on any home. One of the most important parts about troubleshooting roof problems is that you find the actual origin of the problem and address it. The fact that water is leaking through your living room ceiling does not mean that the leak is necessarily starting over the living room. Continue reading →
What Roofing Material is Right for Me?
by Thomas Kral on May 6, 2012
This is a tough question to answer as there are many factors involved in choosing a material. The style of the roof or pitch of the roof is very important. Budget is also a factor, but curb appeal is also important. The following paragraphs will assist you in deciding which roof is the right roof for you. Continue reading →
Three Places to Spend Money on the Exterior of Your Home
When you have the exterior of your home remodeled, you are investing, time, energy and convenience into the project and you want to make sure that...
When to Use a Brush, Roller or Sponge Brush
Brushes are a good choice for painting trim and woodwork. They are also useful for cutting in the edges around the top and bottom edges and corners...
Homemade Headboards-Make an Upholstered or Wooden Headboard
Homemade headboards can add a lot of personality to any bedroom. They can be coordinated with existing furniture and room decor or they can be the...
Creating a Cottage Kitchen with Bead Board
Kitchen decor can range from modern and bold to elegant and elaborate by using strategic kitchen pieces. One of the most popular decorating trends...
Gas Fireplace Diagnostics and Troubleshooting
Follow these steps for diagnosing and troubleshooting Gas Fireplaces repairs. For the average DIYer, this may seem intimidating, depending on the...
An All-Inclusive Guide to Eco-Friendly Interior Design: 5 Ways to Do It Best
Over 100 countries have enforced policies on sustainable consumption and production according to the 2018 UN Sustainable Development Goals Report....
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Unique Ways to Clean Your Window Tracks
As we get closer to springtime you might be noticing that your windows need a good cleaning. Not only is it your windows, but it is the window...
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Navigating Singapore's Property Regulations: A Guide for Foreign Investors
Singapores property market has been attracting foreign investors for many years, thanks to its stable economy, strong legal system, and transparent...
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What Truck Size Do I Need to Move a 3-Bedroom House
Moving to a new home can be a complex and stressful process, but with the help of the right truck size, you can make it a smooth and seamless...
on Feb 13, 2023
Five Tips to Take Better Care of Your Basement Insulation
Basement waterproofing is an essential part of home maintenance, as it helps to protect the basement from moisture, flooding, and other...
on Feb 12, 2023
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on Feb 28, 2017
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