Green Roofing | Understanding The Risks Of A DIY Project

Posted on: 15 July 2015

When searching for a simple way to add a new roof to a garage or shed on your property, you will come across a lot of cool ideas for DIYers like yourself. One of the ideas that you are bound to run across is installing your own version of a green roofing system. Green roofs really are an incredible thing when they are professionally installed and maintained, as they offer efficiency and aesthetic appeal that is hard to match with other materials.
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What A Homeowner Should Know When Considering A Vinyl Fence

Posted on: 26 June 2015

It is possible for the condition of a fence to add appeal or detract from the beauty of the exterior of a house. If you want a fence around your home that is easy to keep in a good condition, you may want to opt for one that is constructed out of vinyl. Find out below what you should consider when purchasing a vinyl fence, as well as what you can expect for it to be professionally installed.
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How To Heat Your Home While Avoiding Reactions From Your Allergies

Posted on: 16 June 2015

One of the problems with traditional heating systems is that all of that moving air can deliver allergens such as dust, pollen or even animal dander directly into your eyes, nose and throat. Fortunately, there are some ways you can avoid this problem so that your home stays warm without making you uncomfortable: Radiant Floor Heating Systems If you can choose where you want to live next, or if you're building a house or willing to change your heating system entirely, radiant heating is an effective alternative to forced air heating for those with allergies.
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Three Tips To Help You With The Care And Maintenance Of Wood Window Frames

Posted on: 3 June 2015

Wood windows are a common type of window in homes, and can be very durable. They also require maintenance like painting to help protect them from things like water damage, insects and rot. The care your windows may need includes painting, caulking and small repairs to the window. Even if you have had replacement windows installed, there may still be some work that needs to be done to your windows. Here are some things that you may want to know about when caring for your wood window frames:
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