What You Should Know About Sealcoating

Posted on: 8 February 2018
Sealcoating is a must for any asphalt surface. Asphalt is used in a variety of construction projects, both residential and commercial. Keeping the asphalt in good shape is something that many property owners are concerned with, and sealcoating can help. Whether it's a parking lot or a driveway, periodic sealcoating can add years to the surface's lifespan and keep it looking great. Here are a few things you should know about when it comes to adding a sealcoat to an asphalt surface.
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What Steps Are Involved In Siding Replacement?

Posted on: 28 December 2017
Years of exposure to the elements have taken their toll on your siding, causing your home exterior to look rather drab. Or maybe one or two pieces of your siding have been damaged as a result of a barbecue fire. Vinyl siding can melt, crack and fade. Whether you are looking to replace a few pieces or whether you want a complete facelift, siding replacement is possible. For a big job, you are advised to seek the services of a professional.
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Three Great Roofing Materials

Posted on: 27 November 2017
There are many great roofing materials to choose from. Most people who prefer the look of natural products understand that they usually require more maintenance, have shorter lifespans, and need more TLC. On the other hand, synthetic products often don't look as good, but they are more durable. There is no right or wrong roofing material, so you just need to consider what characteristics are most important to you. This article looks at three great roofing material choices on both ends of the spectrum.
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5 Signs Your Home's Chimney Is in Need of Repair

Posted on: 20 October 2017
It is not unusual for people to overlook their chimney when maintaining or scheduling routine repairs around the house. But over time, chimneys can become damaged and need to be fixed in order to prevent further problems. Some of the common signs that a chimney is in need of repair include the following: Rust A chimney that is operating properly should be dry and free of moisture. One way to determine if there is a problem is by inspecting the firebox and damper for signs of rust.
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