3 Factors To Help You Select The Right Gutters

Posted on: 7 June 2019

While necessary for moving rain off the roof and away from the home's foundation, gutters and downspouts also help trap debris that would normally accumulate on the roof, increasing the risk of roof damage and leaks. Whether you are building a home or updating your current home, the installation of gutters can be a great investment. Of course, you need to know how to choose the right gutters for your home.
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Why You Should Consider Having A Log Home Built

Posted on: 30 April 2019

If you have decided that you are at the point in your life where you want to have a new home built for yourself and your family, you might want to consider making it a log home. There are a lot of different styles of log homes out there, so you can have your pick. Of course, if you are not yet sure if a log home is the way to go, you will want to review the following perks of a home made of logs.
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5 Tell-Tale Signs You Need A New Roof

Posted on: 12 March 2019

Your roof is one of the most important features of your home because it protects everything else from the elements. Knowing when it needs to be replaced is key to the continued protection of your home. While the average asphalt roof lasts up to 20 years, it is helpful to know the signs so you can budget for the inevitable.  1. Curling Edges: If you stand on the ground directly below your roofline and look up, the shingles should be flat against your roof.
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Sewer Backup 101

Posted on: 24 January 2019

Of all the mechanical breakdowns and disastrous mishaps that can happen in the home, none is more dreaded perhaps than the sewer backing up. Fortunately, there are often signs of impending trouble leading up to this terrible calamity, and if the problem is caught in time, a catastrophe can be avoided. Here is what you need to know. Your House Starts Making Odd Noises Any time you hear weird gurgling noises coming from your drains, it's a good indication you have a problem somewhere in your pipes.
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