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How to Clean a Gutter

Posted on Feb 21, 2016 in Gutter Cleaning

Gutter cleaning is important for all residential and commercial properties. Sadly, many home and business owners tend to put off cleaning the gutter for years on end. This leads to a build-up of mass and debris, which can seriously damage downspouts and cause harm to rooftops. According to industry experts, gutter cleaning should be done every spring and fall. This prevents mildew, dirt, and other debris from piling up – and helps restore...

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What is Siding?

Posted on Feb 21, 2016 in Siding

What is Siding? Siding is the exterior material applied to the walls of a home. Other than enhancing the appearance of your home, siding has numerous benefits. While there are many types of sidings, it is important that you first get a glimpse of exactly why you should install siding. Why Siding is Vital Siding is the first barrier of protection against external elements (i.e. animals, insects, weather, the sun, etc) coming into your home. It...

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How to Install a Window & Door

Posted on Feb 21, 2016 in Doors, Windows

Installing a window and door can add to your living style. It’s true that people who are artistic tend to prefer their home to look appealing. However, some people don’t want to spend a lot of money on decorations, especially when it comes to installing a window or door. In order to install a window or door, then the following steps will give you a general insight on how to install one. There are, however, many types of doors and...

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The Basics of Roofing

Posted on Feb 20, 2016 in Roofing

Roofs protect us from many things: the scorching sun, rain, snow or even animals. While roofing has always been a reserve of the professionals, with proper knowledge, you can perform minor repairs or even install the roof by yourself. Before anything else, you need to familiarize yourself with the terminologies used in roofing. Basic roof components Underlayment: it is usually a waterproof membrane (mostly a black paper) laid over the plywood...

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