How to Paint a Vinyl Fence

Posted on: 26 August 2015

Durable vinyl fencing is made to last, which is a major benefit for your wallet. This also means that the fence may not complement your landscaping in the future if your outdoor décor changes. Fortunately, it's possible to update your fence with a fresh coat of paint. Here is how to paint the fencing properly so it looks good and so the paint lasts a long time. Before You Begin
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Pulling Permits To Verify Your General Contractor's Claims

Posted on: 10 August 2015

If you have ever shopped around for construction or remodeling services (such as those offered by Battistelli, Glenn LLC), you know that glossy brochures of beautiful work are the norm. What you don't know, is whether the contractor touting his or her services, really did the work in that highly staged photo shoot. Likewise, favorable reviews are hard to trust, since they can be bought.     How do you cut through the clutter?
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Choosing A Commercial Roof Style

Posted on: 29 July 2015

Being a business owner comes along with a significant amount of responsibility. Not only do you have to make decisions when it comes to who you hire and what types of products you use, but you are also responsible for choosing a roofing style for your establishment. Whether you are in the market for a new roof or looking to install a roof on a new commercial structure, here are some tips that can assist you with choosing a roof style.
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Upgrading Your Insulation To Spray Foam

Posted on: 13 July 2015

Spray foam offers a number of improvements that can't be found with other insulation materials, not the least of which being a reduction in gaps, drafts and vapor penetration. However, replacing your existing insulation can be a challenge if you're not familiar with the characteristics of spray foam. Knowing where to start, and what precautions to take, will ensure that updating your insulation goes smoothly and results in a safe, complete application.
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