Are You Ready For The Roofers? Preventing Property Damage And Injuries During Roofing Projects

Posted on: 13 July 2016

Putting new roofing on your house will improve the appearance of your home and ensure that your family and property are protected from the rain. But, the actual process can be noisy and messy for the homeowner. There are some things you can do to make the process easier and to prevent accidental injuries or damage to your property. Inside the Home It is easy to overlook preparing the inside of your home before the roofers arrive.
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Answers To Your Questions About Foam Roof Coatings

Posted on: 8 July 2016

As the new owner of an existing commercial building, you have a lot on your plate. Older buildings, while they can be a great value, often come with a slew of challenges. These include roofs that need to be repaired or replaced. If you're debating the wisdom of replacing your building's existing flat roof with foam roof coatings, find the answers to your questions here: Does Foam Roof Coating Work on Older Structures?
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5 Things To Consider When Painting Your Vinyl Siding

Posted on: 6 July 2016

When it comes to improving your home's appearance, a fresh coat of paint can make a world of difference. If your home is clad in vinyl siding, however, you may be wondering if it's even possible to change its appearance through painting. It can be done, but only if you keep the following considerations in mind. The Importance of Surface Prep The first step of any home improvement project is prep work.
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Two Types Of Asphalt Shingle Damage And How To Make Repairs

Posted on: 28 June 2016

Asphalt roofs are extremely common, and many roofing installation experts and shingle manufacturers guarantee a 15 to 30 year lifespan for their shingles. If your roof is already more than 15 years old, then you may start to see some shingle damage. There are a variety of different types of damage that may be apparent. Keep reading to learn about a few types and how the shingles can be fixed until you decide to have a completely new roof installed.
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