Keeping Your Metal Roof In Good Condition

Posted on: 29 October 2017
Maintaining the structural integrity of your home's roofing system is a simple and effective way to ensure that water leaks don't compromise the quality of your home. Investing in a metal roof allows you access to a roofing system that is low-maintenance, but you still need to take action to ensure your metal roof remains in good condition. Here are three simple things that you can do to keep your metal roofing materials looking great and functioning properly in the future.
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Treat Rusted Aluminum Siding Prior To Adorning Your Home With Holiday Decorations

Posted on: 15 October 2017
If you are going to be decorating your home for the holidays with colorful sting lights and homemade wreaths, rusted aluminum siding that borders your home's front door may undermine the festive decorations that you plan to secure to the outside of your residence. Completing the project that follows will improve the siding so that it provides an attractive backdrop to the holiday decor. You Will Need: heavy duty waterproof cloths power sander sanding disk spray bottle water rust remover sponge metal cleaning compound cotton cloth or towel soft-bristled paintbrush weather resistant primer and paint decorations Sand And Clean The Aluminum Siding
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The Facts And Falsehoods About Wood Shingle Roofing

Posted on: 5 October 2017
Your old roof has ad a good run, but the broken shingles and discrepancies in evenness tell you that it is time to start looking at new roofing types. From metal sheets to asphalt shingles, there are definitely plenty of choices from which to choose, but there is one form of traditional roofing you may skip right over: wooden shingle roofing. Wooden shakes and shingles have been used for home roofing for a long time, but with the development of more modern materials, many homeowners totally ignore this roofing type.
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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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