Signs That Your Brick Fireplace Needs Professional Repairs

Posted on: 20 February 2015

If you have a lovely brick fireplace in your home, it could eventually be in need of repairs by a professional. But how do you know when it is time to call in a professional contractor so the fireplace can be repaired before the problem gets out of hand? Simply check out the following signs of much needed fireplace repair so you can take action. The Mantle Is Separating From The Wall
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How Can I Tell If My Slate Roof Needs Repair?

Posted on: 14 February 2015

Slate is a highly durable material that can last anywhere from 50 to 175 years, depending on the quality of the slate. Performing an annual inspection of your slate roof will help you decide when it's time to seek slate roof repair. To start your inspection, walk around the exterior of your home and use a pair of binoculars to examine the state of your roof. As you're inspecting the roof, look for these signs of damage and distress:
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The 3 Types Of Garage Door Openers

Posted on: 10 February 2015

There are three different types of garage door openers offered for consumers; chain drive, belt drive, and screw drive. Each one is functional and easy to operate with many accessories offered. This article will discuss the three different types of garage door openers and available accessories.  Chain-drive Chain driven garage door openers are the most common type used because of its cost. They are built with strength and durability and if maintained correctly will last a long time.
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3 Fixes For A Damaged Concrete Walkway In Your Yard

Posted on: 5 February 2015

Concrete walkways offer sturdy pathways through the lumps, bumps and weather accumulation that can happen in our yards. But time and exposure to the elements can eventually leave those walkways looking less than healthy. Fortunately, there are a few relatively easy fixes to cure common walkway problems. Cracking: Patch Kit and Chisel Small surface cracks in your walkway are easy enough to fix on your own with a concrete patch kit from the hardware store.
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