How To Choose Metal Roofing Color

Posted on: 18 June 2015
Metal roofs come with numerous benefits, from a 40 year lifespan to tremendous strength and dent-resistance. While the long lifespan of a metal roof is good news for your wallet, it also means that you'll have to live with your new roof for decades, which means that choosing the right color can be critical. While suppliers offer plenty of color charts and samples, and online tools can help you visualize different color combinations, choosing a roof color is about much more than selecting your favorite shade.
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Which Gutters Should I Choose To Help My Home Look Its Best?

Posted on: 5 June 2015
Many homeowners spend hours carefully pouring over exterior finish options, from paint colors to siding samples, but rain gutters are often overlooked. While it's easy to simply choose a generic rain gutter, keep in mind that gutters run the entire perimeter of your home, and should be treated as a design element just like siding, windows or doors. Once you know what size gutters you need to keep rain water under control, take a closer look at different options to find a product that adds style to your facade.
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2 Reasons To Stop Using Chemical Drain Cleaner

Posted on: 22 May 2015
If you are like most people, you might reach under your kitchen sink when you first notice a slow drain. After all, since that bottle promises to free clogs, why wouldn't you give it a try? Unfortunately, chemical drain cleaners aren't meant for every type of clog, and you might even make things worse. Here are two reasons to stop using chemical drain cleaners: 1: It Might Create A Dangerous Environment
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5 Reasons To Clean Your Gutters

Posted on: 7 May 2015
There are many responsibilities that a homeowner must keep up with. The home is typically the largest investment an individual will make in life and this investment should be well cared for at all times. One thing that should be done on a routine basis is cleaning the gutters. Knowing the reasons to tackle this task may motivate you to do so. Reason #1: Frozen water Gutters that are left unkempt increase the possibility of excess water around the exterior of the home.
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