How to Get Rid of Ice Dams

Posted on October 14, 2013 by

Tweet If you live in an area where snow is a regular part of winter, then you have undoubtedly experienced ice dams on your roof. Ice dams can be very damaging to your roof and one of the leading problems homeowners face during the winter months. Therefore, it is important that you learn how to [...]

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Types of Central Heating and Cooling Units

Posted on October 6, 2013 by

Tweet Regardless of what time of year it is, or what season it is, there is a high probability that you will need to adjust the temperature and climate within your home wife recruiting. This is especially true for homeowners that live in tropical regions, or northern regions that frequently experience sudden drops all raises [...]

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The Importance of Timber Roof Trusses

Posted on October 4, 2013 by

Tweet Back in the old days, roofs were built flat instead of as a triangle or A-shape with diagonal sides. Back then, people did not understand the ramifications of building a roof in this fashion and it was simpler much less costly to build a flat roof. Soon enough people learned that flat roofs would [...]

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Learn How to Fix Your Own Leaking Roof

Posted on September 29, 2013 by

Tweet When the water from rainstorms starts to drip into various rooms of your house, don’t race to call a roofing specialist. This may be a problem you can handle yourself. However, be very honest and gauge whether or not you have the patience, skills and good balance you need before climbing up on your [...]

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Giving Your Roof Line Character With A Cupola

Posted on September 25, 2013 by

Tweet If your roof has no character, you may consider adding a cupola. While many houses have these only for decoration, they were actually developed to safely add light, provide a place for viewing, and ventilation. So you can see that they can serve a twofold purpose. A cupola is generally viewed as a dome [...]

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How To Maintain The Roof Of Your Log Cabin

Posted on September 22, 2013 by

Tweet As you wander around the log cabin, it’s easy to check the side panels and the door to see that they are in good condition and if you see anything that requires a repair, you can attack a problem before it becomes a real danger. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said of a log [...]

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How to Build Your Own Roof For Your Shed

Posted on August 24, 2013 by

Tweet If you have a shed and it needs a roof, why not save time and money by building it yourself? If you plan on embarking on this endeavor yourself, you should always ensure that your shed roof can handle a good deal of weight placed on it, especially if you live in areas with [...]

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How to Install Metal Roofing without Removing the Asphalt Shingles

Posted on August 20, 2013 by

Tweet When it comes to house remodeling the most difficulty is with the removal of previously assembled structures. If you are considering replacing your old asphalt shingle roofing for metal roofing installation, wait. You can install metal roofing over the old asphalt shingles. Well, it sounds good and easy, but is it viable? Yes, it [...]

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