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  • How To Make Your Commercial Property Look More Modern

    If there's one trend in architecture and design right now, it's mid-century modern. Whether you love the sleek lines or the use of warm-colored wood throughout, it's safe to say that mid-century modern is a style that isn't going anywhere anytime soon. If you have a commercial property that you want to revamp and make a little bit more mid-century, then this article is just the thing for you. From changing the roofline of your building to adding wood panels on the outside, this article will take a closer look at a few ways for you to get that sleek look you desire.
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  • 3 Things That A Professional Roofing Inspection Looks For

    How long has it been since your roof was checked out by a professional? Has it ever been professionally inspected since the last time it was replaced? If your roof is more than a few years old, it's a good idea to have a professional inspect your roof at least once every three to five years or more often if your home experiences extreme weather conditions that could be damaging to your roof.
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  • Annual Inspections, Cleaning, And Repairs Prolong The Life Of Your Commercial Roof

    Commercial roofing materials are durable, and they can last for many years if they're properly maintained. However, the key to a long life for your roof is to have regular inspections and repairs done. Even if an inspection finds no signs of damage that needs repairs, the inspection is worth the money spent because catching problems early can avoid much more expensive damage that happens when problems aren't caught in time.
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  • Roof Issues Common During The Winter Months

    A residential roof is under a lot of stress year round, but the winter months can be particularly problematic. Rain, ice, snow, and wind can all take their toll on a roof, so if you are a homeowner, it is important to pay close attention to your roof during the winter months and make repairs promptly to help prevent extensive damage that can be quite costly to have fixed when spring arrives.
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  • Chimney Safety? What Wood Burning Homeowners Should Know

    Many homeowners across the nation have begun to consider adding a wood stove or wood-burning fireplace as a supplemental heat source to their home. For some, the reasoning is to have another way of supplying heat during power outages that prevent their home's HVAC systems from functioning. Others are trying to fight back against the rising costs of propane, natural gas, electricity, and heating oil.  But using wood to supply heat for your home must be done safely to prevent the risk of a fire.
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  • A Look At The Best Roofing Material Attributes For Commercial High-Rise Buildings

    Being the owner of a commercial building that is a high-rise means you have a few extra things to think about where building maintenance is concerned. One of those considerations that will likely come up throughout your ownership of the building will be the roof and the materials used to protect it since it is situated at such a high elevation. Take a look at some of the best roofing material attributes to look for when it comes to your commercial high-rise building.
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  • Two Mistakes People Make When Having Decks Built

    Building a deck is an excellent choice when you want an outdoor space for entertaining or just relaxing in the backyard. However, you must pay careful attention when making decisions regarding materials, design, and other issues to avoid choosing things that will result in expensive repairs and long-term regret. Here are two common errors people make when having decks built and how to avoid them. Opting for Low-Quality Screws It costs an average of $7,200 to build a deck, so it's understandable homeowners want to trim expenses whenever and wherever they can.
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  • 3 Roofing Trends To Consider In 2018

    From age that comes along with basic wear and tear to leaves, limbs, heavy exposure to the sun's UV rays, and rain, sleet, and snow, it is easy to see how much stress your roof is under. Because of this stress, you should know that your home's roof will not last forever. Therefore, you may need to invest in a new roof at one point in time. You always have the option of replacing your existing roof with the same material or you can choose a roof cover made from a different material, in a different color, and a completely different style.
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  • An Overview Of Focus Areas During Roof Inspection

    Regularly inspecting and maintaining your roof is the best way to prolong its life. Here are some of the areas your roofing contractor will focus on during the inspections: Overall State of the Roof The inspector will assess the overall state of the roof – whether it is sagging, if there are any parts sitting at an unusual angle and so on and so forth. For example, a sagging roof may be overburdened by weight or may have weak support structures.
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  • Is Spray Polyurethane Foam Roofing Right For Your Home? Find Out The Pros And Cons Of Foam Roofing

    Spray roofing is a type of roofing that uses polyurethane foam to create a waterproof barrier on the roof. It is not a widely chosen method for roofing for various reasons. However, there are a few advantages to using spray foam roofing which may appeal to contractors. It really depends on the type of project you are doing and what you are looking for in a roofing material. This guide goes over multiple advantages and disadvantages of using spray polyurethane foam for roofing.
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