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Signs You Need To Replace Your Slate Roof

Slate roofing is a highly durable roofing material that can last decades if properly maintained. However, it is not invincible, and years of wear, weather exposure, and general aging can cause your slate roof to begin to break down. A damaged or worn slate roof can cause leaks and water damage within your home, which can be complicated and take a while to fix. Thankfully, there are a couple of things that you can keep an eye out for to help determine when it's time to have your slate roof replaced. Read More 

3 Tips on Caring for Your Lawn

Making sure that your home's lawn is kept in a healthy condition is necessary for protecting the value and aesthetics of your home. Unfortunately, a lack of information may make it possible for you to commit errors when caring for your lawn, and this can inadvertently lead to serious problems. In order to protect your lawn against some routinely made mistakes, you will want to understand the important benefits that can come from utilizing a few simple care tips. Read More 

Three Common Types Of Pests That May Attack Your Roofing System

Although having pests living in your attic is bad, having them actively attacking the structure of your roof can be even worse. Fortunately, many pests simply look for easy access points to the attic instead, but there are some that may prefer to actually damage your roof. Here are three types of pests that you should watch for if you want to keep your roof intact. 1. Raccoons Living in woods, rural areas, suburbs, and cities alike, raccoons are a potentially very destructive pest that also pose a threat to your health and the health of your pets. Read More 

A Book-Worm’s Guide To Properly Storing Your Collection

If you're a serious book collector, it's vital that you create an environment in your home or storage area that will help these irreplaceable tomes thrive. There are 5 basic keys to proper book and document storage that any collector can implement. Here's a handy guide to all 5. Temperature and Humidity. You will need to maintain a consistent temperature and moisture level in the archive area. Books are usually less susceptible to mold, insects, harmful chemical reactions, and warping when stored at a temperature around 70 degrees and a relative humidity level of 30–50%. Read More 

A Guide To Asphalt Created With Recycled Car Tires

Once upon a time, old automotive tires were simply consigned to the dump. Now however, thanks to incredible revolutions within the paving industry, such tires are being given a second life as a useful additive in new asphalt. Whether you work in the construction industry, have an upcoming paving project, or are simply a curious amateur, if you would like to learn more about the benefits of this exciting technique, read on. Read More 

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Vinyl Siding Variations

Are you tired of painting your home’s exterior every year or so? I was. It’s expensive to hire painters, and I’m getting too old to do it myself. That’s why I decided to have vinyl siding installed on the outside of my home. It was a great choice. The color never fades, and it’s easy to clean. You can even choose insulated vinyl siding if you want to make sure that your home’s energy bill gets a boost from your siding choice. I started this blog to talk about the benefits and drawbacks of vinyl siding, how to tell if it’s right for your home, and how to maintain it. You may be surprised to find that vinyl siding is the right choice for you.

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Signs You Need To Replace Your Slate Roof
1 February 2017

Slate roofing is a highly durable roofing material

3 Tips on Caring for Your Lawn
16 January 2017

Making sure that your home's lawn is kept in a hea

Three Common Types Of Pests That May Attack Your Roofing System
8 November 2016

Although having pests living in your attic is bad,

A Book-Worm's Guide To Properly Storing Your Collection
8 November 2016

If you're a serious book collector, it's vital tha

A Guide To Asphalt Created With Recycled Car Tires
8 November 2016

Once upon a time, old automotive tires were simply