A Quick Guide to Three Different Types of Metal Roofs

Posted on: 17 December 2015

When planning for your new roof, you may want learn about three common types of metal roofing and how they differ from one another. It will also be helpful to note that the area in which you live and the specifications of your home will impact the roof that you ultimately choose. #1-Steel Steel is a very common material for new roofs. One reason for its popularity has often been its affordability.
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Have A Rental With No Garage Or Basement? Easy Solutions To Attract Renters

Posted on: 1 December 2015

If you have purchased a rental property and it doesn't have a garage or a basement, there are some things you can add to make the property more appealing to potential renters. You want to compete with all the other rental properties in the area, and you don't have to spend a ton of money. You only want to pay for things that you will see a return on the investment, and renters are often looking for a short-term living solution lasting about a year.
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Three Reasons To Use Cedar Shingles

Posted on: 12 November 2015

A roofing material can have quite an impact on your home. Not only can your choice of material have an impact on the cost of your home, but it will have an impact on the function and the look of your home. While asphalt shingles can help you to save money, they will not do as much to enhance the look and function of your home (as will be discussed more in depth later) as cedar shingles will.
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How To Fix 3 Common Plumbing Problems

Posted on: 27 October 2015

A host of things can go wrong with bathroom fixtures every day, and it helps to know how to fix them without spending a fortune (or an entire weekend). Keep reading for simple, practical tips on how to fix three common plumbing problems without breaking the bank or your back.  Low Water Pressure Low water pressure in a faucet or shower head is one of the most annoyingly common plumbing problems, and people often assume that the solution is far more complex than it actually is.
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