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Three Steps To Changing The Roof Design On A New Home

One of the advantages of a new home is being able to move into the house immediately. If you are looking to purchase a home, new houses also offer the benefit of never having a previous owner so you know that everything inside of the home will come showroom new. Though the home may be a new build, there is always room for improvement in a home, especially if you see a structure that you do not like. Read More 

3 Things To Consider When Putting In A New Roof

When you put in a new roof, there are a few different things that you need to consider. First, you need to decide if you want a tear off or an overlay. Second, you need to decide if you want all the pipes and vents to be resealed. Third, you need to decide if you are going to replace your gutters at the same time as you put on a new roof. Read More 

Need To Replace A Roof On A Budget? Be Smart And Save In The Long Run

If there are clear signs of damage throughout the roof on your property and you know that it's time to spend the money and replace the shingles that have been on for years, it's important to be in the know with making good purchase decisions. Spending the money on a new roof is an investment, but you want to be smart because cutting corners could cost you. Consider these things. Read More 

3 Tips To Keep Your Home’s Foundation In Great Shape

You probably don't spend a ton of time thinking about your basement, especially if it's an "unfinished" basement that's used for storage purposes. But when it comes to regular house maintenance, you should get into the habit of periodically checking in on how things are going downstairs. Here are three tips to help keep your basement foundation in sold shape. Don't Let Small Cracks Go If you see a small crack forming on your basement wall, you might just wave it off as a sign of age. Read More 

4 Reasons To Consider An Asphalt Shingle Overlay

No roof lasts forever, and asphalt shingle roofs don't usually last as long as other types of roofs. However, installing a new roof is expensive, and if your existing roof has limited damage you may be wondering if a replacement is really necessary. In some cases a total replacement isn't necessary, so check out these four reasons your roof may be a good candidate for an asphalt shingle overlay instead of a new roof: Read More 

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Three Steps To Changing The Roof Design On A New Home
14 September 2018

One of the advantages of a new home is being able

3 Things To Consider When Putting In A New Roof
29 August 2018

When you put in a new roof, there are a few differ

Need To Replace A Roof On A Budget? Be Smart And Save In The Long Run
1 August 2018

If there are clear signs of damage throughout the

3 Tips To Keep Your Home's Foundation In Great Shape
11 July 2018

You probably don't spend a ton of time thinking ab

4 Reasons To Consider An Asphalt Shingle Overlay
26 June 2018

No roof lasts forever, and asphalt shingle roofs d