When Walls Cry "Blood" And The Foundation Trembles: Why It Isn't A Supernatural Thing

Posted on: 25 September 2017
Edgar Allen Poe wrote The Fall of the House of Usher. It is a story about the descent into madness, but what really grabs you is the end scene, where the walls begin to bleed and the foundation trembles. As terrifying as this sounds, it may very well not have been a supernatural thing. In fact, really old homes often experience "bleeding" walls and trembling foundations. Here is why these seemingly supernatural events are not supernatural at all:
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Four Things To Consider Before Completely Renovating Your Roof

Posted on: 18 September 2017
If you want to replace your entire roof with something totally new, then you have to make sure that certain criteria are met. Your home was originally designed and built for a specific type and style of roof. Putting up something entirely new takes a lot of planning and work to make sure your new roof not only looks good, but is also safe. Here are four things you should examine before picking out entirely new material for your roof.
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Why You Should Never "Leaf" Tree Debris On Your Roof

Posted on: 9 September 2017
Leaves are a constant hassle to homeowners every fall. You have to clean them out of your gutters and hope they fall off the rest of your roof. You should know that you cannot leave leaves on your roof. Here are some good reasons why. Organic Debris Begets Rot Leaves and seed pods from trees create small piles of organic matter. This organic matter immediately begins to break down on your roof.
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Should TPO Roofing Be Used For Your Business?

Posted on: 30 August 2017
Commercial roofing is not limited to asphalt and metal anymore. Thermoplastic polyolefin, or TPO, is an increasingly popular material that is being used by businesses. If you are planning to replace your business's roofing, here is what you need to know about TPO roofing. Why Choose TPO Roofing? TPO roofing is an economical alternative to other roofing materials. The roofing system consists of three layers, which can include a range of materials including fiberglass.
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