3 Storm Damage Issues That You Will Want To Get Repaired To Stop Problems

Posted on: 29 August 2016

When a storm comes, there are likely to be many different issues with damage to the exterior of your home. Some of these problems can be issues with woodwork and materials being blown off your home, and there may be a great deal of roof damage as well. Here are some of the storm damage issues that you will want to ensure get quickly fixed on your home: 1. Addressing Issues With Utilities First To Ensure Safety While Doing Repairs  
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How To Eliminate Mold And Mildew Growth In And Around Your Clothes Dryer Vent

Posted on: 29 August 2016

Mold and mildew can wreak havoc inside your home in more ways and places than you may have previously considered. One area where mold and mildew are susceptible to growing is inside or near your clothes dryer vent. Even though this may at first seem less than intuitive, keep in mind that a clothes dryer must dispose of water in the form of evaporated vapor; if anything should interfere with this process before the water vapor passes to the outside, the chance of moisture accumulation increases.
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3 Minor Storm Damage Repair Projects That You Can Do On Your Own

Posted on: 25 August 2016

Storm damage is a problem that many homeowners face, which can be costly to have repairs done. Sometimes, there may even be repairs that are not that noticeable. While major damage is something that you probably want to have professionals repair, there are some of the smaller issues that you may want to do yourself. Here are some of the minor storm damage repair projects that you can tackle on your own:
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Never Want To Replace Your Roof Again? These Materials Can Last For 100 Years!

Posted on: 23 August 2016

Having to replace your roof can be quite a hassle. If you're so annoyed with the whole process that you want to guarantee you never have to do it again, then all you need to do is choose a roofing material that will outlive you. Here's a look at the pros and cons of three very durable roofing materials, all of which will last 100 years or more. Unless scientists invent a pill to drastically increase the human lifespan, you can pretty much count on never having to replace your roof again if you go with any of these options!
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