Keeping Your Vinyl Siding Looking Like New

Posted on: 13 January 2016

If you have just had a contractor finish up a vinyl siding installation on your home, you will most likely enjoy the new appearance it gives your abode. To keep your vinyl siding looking as nice as it does right after a professional installation, there are several maintenance steps you can take in ensuring it is cared for properly. Here are some tips to use when taking care of vinyl siding to help prolong its life and keep it looking like new.
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An Asphalt Shingle Roof Covered In Algae Spores: Things To Know

Posted on: 23 December 2015

Have algae spores caused your asphalt shingle roof to look unappealing because of all of the black streaks on it? You are dealing with more than the problem of your roof looking bad; it is also at risk for deterioration if the algae spores are not removed fast enough. Discover below what you should know about an asphalt shingle roof that is covered in algae spores. What Kind of Harm Can Algae Spores Cause to Asphalt Shingles?
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Family Growing And Adding Onto Your Home? Do It The Green Way

Posted on: 8 December 2015

If your family is growing. and your home is not large enough to accommodate the new members, building a new addition is much less expensive than moving to a new home. If you are concerned with the environment, you can build your new addition the green way. There are many materials you can use that will not go to the landfills or hurt the environment in any way. Hardie Plank
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Tips For Bringing In Cold-Sensitive Outdoor Plants For The Winter

Posted on: 18 November 2015

It's that time of year again. Temperatures outside are dropping and the beautiful cold-sensitive potted plants that you use in your residential landscaping must be brought indoors. These tips will help you bring in your potted plants for the winter, so they'll be alive and ready to go out again when the spring comes. Make Changes Gradually Bringing your potted plants inside your warm home after being outside in the cold air can shock your plants and cause wilting, yellowed leaves or even death.
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