It's Getting Cold: 4 Ways To Get Your Windows Ready For Winter

Posted on: 30 October 2018
Winter is on its way. Are your windows ready for the frigid temperatures? If they aren't, you could be in for an even chillier winter than you were expecting, especially inside your home. You might not realize this, but your windows play a big role in your home's energy efficiency. Here are four steps you need to take to get your windows ready for the storms ahead. 1. Start With a Cleaning
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Why You Should Consider Tile Roofing For Your New Home

Posted on: 10 October 2018
Asphalt shingles are arguably one of the most common roofing materials—if not the most common. If you are building a new house, however, you don't have to stick with asphalt shingles. There are numerous roofing materials and methods for you to choose from. Here are just a few reasons why you may prefer tile roofing for your new home. They Can Last a Long Time High-quality tile roofs should last about fifty years or more.
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4 Tips To Avoid Serious Injuries When Doing Emergency Repairs To Wet Roofs

Posted on: 11 September 2018
Sometimes, when you need to do repairs to a roof, it may be an emergency. The roof that needs to be repaired may also have moisture or be wet due to weather conditions. When you are doing emergency repairs to a wet roof, you want to take extra precautions to prevent fall injuries. Here are some tips to help you avoid serious injuries when doing emergency repairs to wet roofs:
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Safety Tips For DIY Commercial Roof Maintenance

Posted on: 28 August 2018
If you prefer to do the minor repairs your commercial building's roof requires rather than hiring a professional roofing contractor, then these tips will keep you and your staff safe during the process. Tip: Never Work Alone or When the Roof is Wet Just as when you are working on your home's roof, you should never work on your commercial building's roof alone. The reasons for this are twofold. First, you need to have someone else hold the ladder as you get on and off of the roof.
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