4 Ways To Extend The Life Span Of Your Roof

Posted on: 4 January 2017

The roofing system of your home should be well taken care of to ensure full protection of your home. If your roof is not taken care of, it can lead to water damage in your home because of moisture that gets into cracks that are exposed on the roof. Once this happens, the roofing system can eventually collapse. Here are four ways to prevent this and expand the life span of your roof:
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2 Ways To Clean Your Vinyl Siding Without A Pressure Washer

Posted on: 1 November 2016

One of the reasons that vinyl siding is a great choice for your house is because it's relatively low-maintenance – the color doesn't fade or peel, so there's no need to repaint it regularly. However, it will start to look dingy if you don't clean the siding every so often. Cleaning your vinyl siding is an easy job if you have a pressure washer, but what if you don't? You don't have to just live with dirty siding.
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Drab to Fab: Painting to Perk Up Your Basic Bungalow

Posted on: 21 October 2016

It was the classic single-family home style in the first half of the 20th century—and now it's yours. A bungalow built with good old-fashioned construction methods and sturdy, traditional building materials is a smart investment for first-time buyers and small families. There's nothing fussy about its boxy shape, standard windows, low-pitched roof, and two to three bedrooms. Compared to sleek, contemporary houses with higher prices, you might even call a bungalow mundane.
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How To Address An Asphalt Driveway Bowl Or Dip

Posted on: 15 August 2016

If you have a paved asphalt driving leading up to your home, then you can expect the asphalt to remain in great shape for about 12 to 35 years. If you want your driveway to last for closer to 35 years than 12 years, then you need to make sure that you deal with maintenance issues as soon as they arise. The ponding or pooling of water on the surface of the asphalt is one thing you should address.
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