The Perks of a Slate Roof

Posted on: 26 October 2017

If you've been in your home in a while, and are thinking about a major exterior upgrade, the roof is a great place to start. Re-doing a roof really is a costly project, but one that will have major impact on both the style and valuation of your home. It is a smart remodel for those who are simply trying to make the property more energy efficient, or those who are just trying to make the property more valuable before putting it on the market.
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How To Keep The Outside Of Your House Looking Great

Posted on: 18 October 2017

No matter what type of siding you have on your house, it can become dirty or damaged. This can make your home look unkempt and a bit trashy. Even if you are not selling it, you should take pride in how it looks to others. In addition, if the siding is damaged, it allows insects, mold, and mildew to get underneath it and damage the wood. This will require a lot of extra work to fix, and could cause your family to become ill.
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The Benefits Of Synthetic Wood Shake Roofing On Commercial Buildings

Posted on: 10 October 2017

If your commercial building needs a new roof, there are many options that you may be considering. Many commercial buildings use EDPM membranes or asphalt bitumen. But if you are looking for something a bit different, you may be considering synthetic wood shakes for your roofing material. Learning the benefit of this material will help you decide if it is right for your building. Here are a few of those benefits
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Choosing Your Basement Waterproofing Method

Posted on: 28 September 2017

When you have to decide about waterproofing your home, you have two choices. You can opt for interior or exterior waterproofing. In order to understand which is best for your application, you need to understand the differences between them. Here's a look at what you need to know about both before you decide to treat your basement: Interior Waterproofing Basics Though it's called waterproofing, interior waterproofing is more of a water blockade, because it forms a barrier inside that blocks water after it has already gotten into the foundation.
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