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Water Damage Cleanup 101 | A First Time Customer's Guide

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To see flood water make its way into the home that you have worked hard to make your own can be one of the most difficult disasters to witness. Even after the waters have subsided, the sheer volume of damage is not just hard to witness, but is even difficult to assess without experience. Hiring a water damage cleanup crew to get rid of the mess that a flood has left behind is definitely well worth the cost. Read More»

Making Simple Window Screen Repairs

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If you have a window screen that has a rip or hole in the mesh, you will want to have it repaired or replaced to keep insects from getting inside of your home. A broken window screen can be easily repaired until you are able to get it replaced. Making a quick repair can be done with the help of a few household items. Here are some instructions to help you patch up your window screen so it can be utilized. Read More»

Buying Your First Home? Here Are The Reasons You Need A Roofing Contractor

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If you’re buying your first home, you are prepared to have the home inspected to ensure that it is worth the amount of money you are prepared to pay for it. While the inspector can find several issues with the home, one thing they cannot do is give you a guarantee that the roof is in good shape. They can see loose shingles from the ground, but a roofing contractor is needed for a complete report. Read More»

Addressing Two Of Your Basic Questions About Colored Asphalt

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When it comes to paving, asphalt is among the most commonly used materials for this type of project. There are some people that are under the impression that asphalt is only available in black, but it is possible to have colored asphalt installed. While this option has any number of applications, there are some people that may want a couple of basic questions about colored asphalt answered before they feel comfortable making this decision. Read More»

Sagging Gutters: Why They Happen And The Steps To Repair Them

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If you have noticed the gutters on your home starting to sag, there are several reasons why it may be happening. It could be due to the fasteners loosening, the seams failing, or excess debris. Sagging gutters are not something you need to live with forever, and there are easy solutions for fixing the problem. Loose Fasteners Hanging gutters on your home involve using ferrule-and-spike fasteners. They work by placing a tube (the ferrule) through the gutter that acts like a bridge to provide the gutter support. Read More»