Three Reasons Why Cedar Roofing Is A Sustainable Choice For Your Home

Posted on: 31 December 2014

You love the look of cedar shingles, but you're concerned that using cedar may not be the best choice for the environment. Although there are many different types of sustainable roofing available, cedar can be a good and environmentally-wise choice for building and roofing materials. Here are three reasons why cedar is a great choice for both the look of your home and your commitment to green living. 1. Most cedar shingles come from sustainable forestry practices and harvesting.
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How Clean Drain Outlets Can Keep A Flat Metal Roof In Good Shape

Posted on: 23 December 2014

Rainwater is detrimental to a flat metal roof when it sits for extended periods of time. However, there are drain outlets on the roof that can prevent ponding water from happening. In this article, you will learn how drain outlets can keep your clean flat metal roof in good shape, and how to get more durability with waterproofing. How Can Clean Drain Outlets Keep a Flat Metal Roof in Good Shape?
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Wood Vs Fiberglass Windows: Which Are Right For You?

Posted on: 19 December 2014

When it comes to appearance, wood and fiberglass replacement windows are extremely similar. In fact, it is the ability of fiberglass windows to closely mimic the appearance of natural wood that has caused many homeowners to consider replacing their old wood windows with this new replacement window material. However, before you make a decision regarding which type of windows are right for your home, it is important to take a moment to look past the appearance of these windows.
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How To Update Your Country Kitchen

Posted on: 26 November 2014

If you have an old farmhouse, you know the challenges of your country kitchen. It's likely you have a large, open plan with cavernous cabinets. Both include lots of dead space. Make over your country kitchen by hiding modern details in plain sight. Pull-Out shelving Large cabinets can feel like a dream. However, dishes tend to get lost in their depths. If the tops and backs of your cabinetry have become a kitchen tool graveyard, have pull-out shelving installed.
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