Get a Roof That Rocks

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Get a Roof That Rocks

Choosing a new roof can seem like a very difficult decision. After all, your roof is one of the most important elements of your home. Not only does it do the important job of keeping you sheltered and protected from the elements, but it’s also very visible. The wrong roof can be very unattractive, and the right roof can make your home look like a million bucks. When I started researching roof replacement options for my home, I was overwhelmed by all the choices. But when I started learning how to match roofing materials to my home’s overall look, it got a lot easier. That’s when I decided to start a blog about roofing materials and styles. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by your options, this blog will help narrow down your choices and find the roof that’s right for you.


Shopping For Replacement Windows? Don’t Ignore The Sashes

While glass does form the majority of a window pane—and surely choosing the best glass is important—it's important not to overlook the sashes when shopping for replacement windows. They may be small in comparison to the area occupied by the glass, but they are a vital component of the window. Your sash choice impacts the appearance, energy-efficiency, maintenance requirements, and longevity of your windows. Here's a closer look. Choosing the Right Sash Material Read More 

The Pros And Cons Of Spray Foam Insulation

Spray foam insulation is the mixture of two ingredients, that when they come together, they expand and harden into a thick foamy substance to help cover the area you are trying to insulate. This type of insulation can be difficult to install, and should be left to a professional installation company to ensure it is installed properly. See below for some pros and cons of spray foam insulation to see if it's the right choice for you. Read More 

Should You Paint Your Ceilings, Too?

If you are going to paint one or more of the rooms in your home, there are a few decisions you will have to make. One very important decision is whether or not you will paint the ceilings. This is an important factor to consider because it will cost you more money and take more time. Here are a few things that should help you decide whether or not you are going to paint your ceilings. Read More 

3 Tips to Make Your Kitchen Remodel Last Longer

If you're in the planning stages of a kitchen remodel or you know someone who is currently going through a remodel, you know just how massive of an undertaking this type of project is. Given the high-level of financial and time commitments that come along, this isn't something you want to repeat too often. To get the most out of your remodel for the long-term, here are some remodeling tips you should keep in mind. Read More 

Need To Build (Or Repair) A Bridge On Your Waterfront Property? Where Should You Begin?

Living in a rural waterfront area can be the best of both worlds -- not only do you have a picturesque view and the ability to set out on your kayak just about whenever you'd like, but you can do so without dodging the massive crowds and traffic that often come part and parcel with the most popular beaches and riverfront areas.  However, your rural location can pose some disadvantages when it comes time to make repairs or improvements to your property. Read More