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Roof Repairs: Pros and Cons of Waiting Until Winter

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If you have been avoiding completing your roof repairs, you may be considering having them performed once winter arrives. Many homeowners choose to have their roof repairs done over the duration of the summer, but sometimes summer just goes by too quickly. While it is possible to get repairs done in the winter, there are pros and cons to this. Keep reading to learn more.  Pro: It Is More Affordable…

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When Should You Replace Your Concrete Driveway Instead Of Continuing To Make Patch Repairs?

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While concrete is a more durable surface for a driveway than asphalt, it still doesn’t last forever. Even if you fill cracks when they appear and apply concrete sealant every two years, shifting soil can still destroy its foundation. The concrete will weaken with age, as well. If your concrete driveway looks worn, you may be wondering if it’s time to replace it or if you should make repairs yourself. To answer your question, read on to learn when concrete driveway replacement is the best choice.…

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Three Reasons You Might Want A Fence At One End Of Your Deck

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When you’re figuring out plans for a deck that a local contractor will build for you, there are many design details to consider. You’ll generally want some type of railing around the deck, but this isn’t the only perimeter feature to consider. In some scenarios, it might be practical to erect a fence along the edge of part of your deck. While you probably won’t want a full fence around the entire deck, positioning this element strategically can improve the functionality of the space in a number of ways.…

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The Exterior Waterproofing Guide To Protect Your Home From The Foundation And Beyond

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The exterior of your home is an area where drainage, poor watershed, and flood-prone zones can make your home vulnerable to water damage. Therefore, you will want to waterproof the foundation and do improvements to keep the water out. These improvements can extend past the foundation to protect your home from water and moisture problems. The following exterior waterproofing guide will help you protect your home from water damage at the foundation and beyond:…

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A New Metal Building To House Livestock And Store Machinery And Farming Supplies

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When weather is inclement, it can make farming tasks and livestock responsibilities challenging to complete. A covered arena, which includes storage for your agricultural supplies, livestock, feed, and riding gear will provide you with ample room to train your horses, care for your animals, and sort and organize your farming equipment.  A Custom Building Will Stand Up To Harsh Conditions As a farmland owner, you may be concerned about what type of bearing the weather could have on a wooden barn or a standard storage shed that is situated on your property.…

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3 Ways A Modular Home Is Your Fast Track To Home Ownership

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For many Americans, home ownership remains the epitome of the American dream. But getting into a home can be so expensive and time-consuming that it prevents many from achieving that dream.  One answer that home buyers are increasingly turning to is the modular home. A modular home — one built in a factory and assembled to code on your property — can be the fast-track to home ownership that you’ve been looking for.…

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Tips For Renovating Your RV Or Trailer This Winter

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If you own an Airstream or another type of high-end RV or trailer, you likely take great pride in your vehicle. But even the most premium RV or trailer will begin to lose its luster as the years go by. If you have a road trip coming up this winter, now might be a good time to start restoring your vehicle’s original luster. Here are some tips to get your RV looking great for this winter season and beyond.…

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Hail Storms And Shingles: 3 Protective Actions Homeowners Should Take

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Hail storms are a fact of life in many states and one that continues to fascinate many weathercasters. Although most common during the hot, humid days of summer, hailstones have been also known to form in other seasons as long as favorable temperatures and atmospheric conditions exist.   Unlike weathercasters, homeowners rarely feel real fascination during a hail storm. Instead, those who have a shingled roof are more apt to be singularly focused on just one thing — the potential hail damage their roof’s shingles may be incurring.…

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Why Your Home Needs Gutter Covers For The Best Protection Against Water Damage

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Gutters protect your home when they drain properly. Unfortunately, to keep them working as they should, gutters need regular cleaning and maintenance. One way to decrease the need for maintenance and ensure your gutters are free of clogs and debris is to have gutter covers put on. These keep out the majority of leaves so you can avoid problems caused by clogs that prevent proper draining. Here are some reasons your home needs gutter covers.…

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3 Easy Ways To Update And Modernize Your Bathroom

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Is your bathroom just too out of date? Do you feel like you’ve stepped back in time whenever you need to take a shower? Bathrooms can often be forgotten in the midst of an otherwise whole-house remodeling project. As a result, they can wind up decades out of date and with a worn-out appearance. But this isn’t something that you have to put up with indefinitely. A few relatively small updates can make it feel like you’ve done a complete update.…

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