3 Ways That Your Slate Roof Will Be Eco-Friendly

Posted on: 26 June 2015

If you are a homeowner who is having a new home built or it is time to replace your current roof, it is important to consider the benefits of a slate roof. Slate roofs are an environmentally responsible choice that will benefit you, your family and the planet for many years to come in several different ways.    Slate Is Known To Last At least 100 Years When Cared For And Installed Properly
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Don't Follow Remodeling Trends, Do What Works For You

Posted on: 16 June 2015

You can improve the value of your home while also adding features you personally want for your own comforts. However, you shouldn't look towards adding value while making comfort secondary. One of the main ways that people seek to add value is through current remodeling and renovation trends. These trends aren't always a good idea.    The Dangers of Following Trends and Fads A trend represents a steady progression in one direction.
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Checking For Hail And Weather Damage On A Shingled Roof

Posted on: 3 June 2015

If you live in an area with hail, you probably know that there's a chance it can damage your roof over time. The problem is that hail damage can be hard to see if you have common asphalt shingles on your roof. If hail damage isn't repaired, it can gradually lead to a variety of other problems as moisture from rain gets under the shingles. You can check for damage by going up on your roof and inspecting the shingles, but you can also use your gutter drains to look for evidence of damage.
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That's Not Cool: How To Know When Your Air Conditioner Is Going To Betray You

Posted on: 19 May 2015

It's never a good experience to turn on your air conditioner on a hot day only to find it won't work properly. Your AC may give you warning signs that something is wrong with it. By paying attention to the warning signs, you can save yourself a lot of time and money by knowing when you should have an HVAC technician come out, hopefully before a small problem becomes a big one.
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