construction--contractors

  • 3 Questions To Ask Your Roofing Contractor

    If you have noticed that your roof is starting to look like it's falling apart or if you have noticed some leaks, then it may be time for you to have it redone by a roofing contractor. On average, a shingle roof lasts about 20 years. If it has been way longer than 20 years since your roof was done, then chances are that you need to have the whole thing replaced.
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  • 3 Benefits Of Vinyl Siding For Your Home

    Your home's siding doesn't just make your home look great. It also protects it from the elements, so if your home's exterior is looking a little worse for wear, you should consider replacing it soon. While there are many materials from which you can choose for your siding, vinyl is a great option, and more and more homeowners are choosing vinyl siding because of the great benefits. Check out these three reasons vinyl siding may be the right choice for your home.
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  • Need To Prune Some Trees In Your Yard? 3 Things To Keep In Mind

    If you have trees in your yard that need a little pruning, you want to make sure that you are doing the pruning correctly. It is important to correctly prune your trees so that you don't do any damage to them and you ensure that your trees continue to grow properly. Inspect the Tree First Before you start cutting branches, take some time to inspect the tree. Look at the tree, starting at the top and working your way downward.
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  • What To Know About Replacing The Hot Water Heater In Your Mobile Home

    If the hot water heater in your mobile home has finally worn out due to age, you may be surprised that you can't buy just any water heater when you need a replacement. You'll have some special considerations that don't really come into play when you buy a new hot water heater for a traditional home. Here are some things to know about buying and installing a hot water heater for a mobile home.
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  • Use Colored Gravel To Accent Flowerbeds Bordering A Sidewalk

    Accent the flowerbeds that border the sidewalk in front of your business by adding layers of colored gravel around them. Gravel pieces can be used to create a pattern or you can use specific colors of gravel to enhance specific plant varieties to provide the flowerbeds with an eye-catching appearance. Supplies weed puller rake measuring tape aluminum edging aluminum stakes power saw (with carbide blade) water hose nozzle gravel wheelbarrow shovel Remove Weeds And Install Edging
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  • How To Choose A Wedding Party Venue In A Place Where You Don't Live

    For most people, a wedding is a once in a lifetime event. You have dreamt about it since you were little. The time has finally come for you to fulfill your dream. The only problem is: Your dream location is far from where you live. Or, more frequently, you're throwing parties in various cities to accommodate groups of friends and family who live elsewhere.  Here are a few factors you may want to consider:
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  • Should You Use Scaffolding Or Ladders?

    You have probably seen large commercial painting or remodels being handled with scaffolding systems. A scaffolding system allows workers to get up close and personal with the walls they are working on. It is great for painters and anybody that is working on walls above the first story of a building. Most scaffolding systems are set up by professionals. It may take some time for the scaffolding to be set up, but once it is done, it allows the workers to finish the job much more quickly.
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  • High Energy Bills Keeping You Down?

    So, your energy bills are too high. Did you know that you can lower them without spending money on any special gadgets or anything like that? There are some very simple tips and tricks that can help you drive your energy costs down without losing your sanity. Heat and Air Conditioning If you live in an area where the weather is nice all year long, air conditioning usage probably accounts for most of your bills.
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  • Winterizing Your Roof

    Winter brings darker days, cooler temperature, holidays and thicker clothing. With everything to deal with, home emergencies can be terrible inconvenience at best and costly, uncomfortable occurrences at worst. Roof problems can be particularly irksome and unwelcome, so use these winters tips before it cools down too much. Do Minor Troubleshooting Spend some time looking over the entire surface of the roof so that problems can be adequately handled now instead of waiting for later on.
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  • 4 Benefits Of Sealcoating Your Parking Lot

    If you're a business owner, you know just how important it is to have a parking lot that is safe for your customers. Taking time to ensure this area is safe and secure is one of the things you simply must do. This can help you avoid potential injuries from occurring and dealing with the legal ramifications that could be costly for you. One way to assist you in reaching this goal is by relying on sealcoating.
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