How To Install A Wooden Gable Roof Soffit

Posted on: 29 August 2016

If you have installed a gable roof (barn-style), add a soffit to enhance the look of your residence because it hides the joists and piping. Soffits are horizontal panels placed on the underside of the eaves. They can be made from wood, plastic, vinyl, or aluminum, but wood is the most common. It doesn't require advanced skills to install wooden gable soffits. Here are tips to install wooden gable end soffits.
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Three Ways To Tell If Your Roof Is Eco-Friendly

Posted on: 26 August 2016

Eighty percent or more of the homes in the United States have roofs made of asphalt shingling, a roofing material that's cheap and easy to install. However, some homeowners are looking for improvements in efficiency, reflectivity, and longevity. Even if you have asphalt shingling, there are ways to make it more eco-friendly. Here are three criteria you can use to help you estimate whether your roof is eco-friendly or whether it needs modification or replacement to live up to your standards.
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3 Tips To Help With A Durable Metal Roofing And Energy Efficient Roof Improvements

Posted on: 26 August 2016

Today, energy efficient home improvements are a great way to reduce energy costs and make your home environmentally friendly. It can also be a good solution for your home when maintenance like roof replacement is done. If you are replacing the roof on your home, you may want to consider using metal roofing and doing other improvements. Here are some tips to help you give your home an energy efficient design when you have metal roofing installed:
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Two Environmental Benefits Of Asphalt Shingle Use

Posted on: 26 August 2016

If you're looking at some of the environmentally-friendly options for replacing your roof, you may want to ask your roofer about asphalt shingles. Asphalt shingle roofing is a popular choice and one that can stand up to nearly any weather or hazards. Before you make a final decision on your roofing material, here are some things you should know about asphalt shingles. Minimizes Environmental Waste When you choose asphalt shingles for your home, you can actually reduce the waste that finds its way into landfills.
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