Things You Should Know About Basement Waterproofing

Posted on: 9 September 2017

The basement of your home can be one of the areas of your house that will be at the highest risk of suffering serious water damage. Waterproofing a basement will be essential for allowing you to avoid this type of damage from causing major problems for your house. Understand The Various Causes Of Basement Water Damage There can be many different sources of water damage that can impact a basement. However, homeowners will typically only be aware of the threat from plumbing problems contributing to this damage.
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3 Reasons To Hire A Roofing Contractor To Install A Metal Roof

Posted on: 8 August 2017

If you are in the process of building a new home, or if you are redoing your roof, then you will likely find that you have a great deal of excellent roofing materials to choose from. One roofing material that is excellent for most homes is metal. There are so many awesome reasons why you should have a roofing contractor install a metal roof for you and this article will discuss 3 of these reasons in more detail.
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3 Reasons To Consider Having Your Insulation Checked

Posted on: 20 July 2017

One of the biggest problems that you can have in your home is to have insufficient insulation, mostly because this can lead to quite a few different issues for your home that can include everything from making your home quite noisy to costing you a lot of money on your utility bills. Listed below are three reasons to consider having your spray foam insulation checked by an insulation service: It Can Save You Money
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Release Your Inner Artist: Sponge Paint A Ceiling

Posted on: 23 February 2017

If you want to update your ceiling without replacing it during a remodel, consider sponge painting. Sponge paint adds depth and interest to any room, covers flaws, and it makes a good alternative for wallpaper. It gives you a chance to release your inner artist.  It involves two colors: one for the base coat and one for the sponge coat. A novice can sponge paint, but it requires patience. Here are tips to sponge paint ceilings.
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