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Armor-Clad Your Home: Reasons To Use Cement Siding

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Siding serves an important purpose in protecting your home from the weather. While siding is made to be durable, it can really take a beating. Wood, vinyl, and other popular siding materials can succumb to mother nature’s fury. Cladding your house with cement can help to make your home more impregnable to the weather.  What Is Cement Siding? Cement siding is made from a mixture of cement, sand, and cellulose fibers. Read More»

Four Ways To Change The Appearance Of Your Home With A Roof Replacement

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When the asphalt shingles on your home become worn, replacing them can be a great time to change the look of your home. This is an ideal time to add architectural details to your home, such as dormers with windows, hips, valleys or different roof designs. You can also do things like adding cornice and fascia details and adding patterns to your roof. If you want to change the look of your home during your roof replacement, here are some ideas that you may want to consider: Read More»

Why You Should Get Your Carpets Professionally Cleaned

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Carpeting can get dirty pretty easily, and, over time, it can get so dirty that a regular once-over with a vacuum won’t be enough to clean it. Professional cleaners can use vacuums that shampoo and steam your carpets, which helps restore their cleanliness and shine, but there are more reasons to get them deep cleaned. Dirty carpets can house plenty of germs, and getting them cleaned can actually help them last longer. Read More»

Repairing Water Damaged Drywall

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Because it is inexpensive and easy to work with, drywall is one of the most versatile building materials today. Yet one main drawback of drywall is that it is highly susceptible to water damage. If you would like to learn more about repairing water damaged drywall, read on. This article will provide a basic overview of the process. Step 1: Identifying the damaged areas. By far, the drywall most vulnerable to water damage is that in your ceiling. Read More»

What Can Your Doors Tell You About Your Home's Foundation Issues?

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If you are concerned that there might be foundation damage in your home, you have probably thought about taking a look at the foundation itself. Although the exterior of your home’s foundation can give you some clues about this type of damage, it isn’t the only place to look if you think there might be a problem. Believe it or not, taking a look at your doors can also give you an idea of whether or not you are dealing with foundation damage. Read More»