Learn How to Fix Your Own Leaking Roof

Posted on April 29, 2016 by

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 roof. […]

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How to Install Metal Roofing without Removing the Asphalt Shingles

Posted on April 20, 2016 by

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 is. […]

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How to Spot Roof Problems and Avoid a Roofing Emergency

Posted on November 25, 2015 by

Although it is reasonable not to expect major problems with your roof during the life of your roof, it is still wise to beware of potential problems which can arise. The main area of concern when it comes to roofs is leaks who could also destroy the wooden floors in your house. As such, you […]

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Don’t Buy New Power Tools – Fix Your Old Ones

Posted on November 8, 2015 by

In this day and age of needing to do your part in saving the planet, many craftsmen have started going green. They do this simply by choosing to keep their old power tools rather than ditch them and buy new ones. This is not quite as difficult as it may sound. First and foremost, if […]

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How to Get Rid of Ice Dams

Posted on July 14, 2015 by

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 prevent […]

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Installing an Environmentally Friendly Roof on your Home

Posted on June 15, 2015 by

Many of the roofing materials that are used for building home roofs are not very environmentally friendly. In order to change this, homes need to acquire features that would keep water from being contaminated. The inside of the home will need some form of protection as well from the harmful roofing materials. Best of all, […]

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Planning your Kitchen Cabinets

Posted on May 2, 2015 by

Kitchen cabinets are necessary to prepare our meals, our fresh juice as well as storing our food and dishes. When planning your kitchen keep in mind the work pattern in and through your kitchen. The footage of work triangle distance formed between the fridge and sink and stove should not be more than 25′. Height […]

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The Importance of Timber Roof Trusses

Posted on March 4, 2015 by

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 not […]

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