Let There Be Light: A Guide To Skylights In Consumer Roofs

Posted on: 2 December 2014

Is there a room in your home that seems darker than others? Would you like to bring more natural daylight into your home? If so, a skylight may be a great solution. Choosing Your Skylight Several types of skylights exist, but you'll want to consider the benefits that each type might bring to your home. You may be able to reduce your lighting costs as well as lessen heating or cooling needs with well-chosen lighting.
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How To Prepare Your Company's Roof For A Severe Storm

Posted on: 2 December 2014

When commercial roofs fail during a storm, the damage can cost business owners a lot of money. From lost inventory to damaged equipment, roof failure goes beyond structural issues. Fortunately, there are a few steps you can take to ensure your roof and your company's wallet are able to weather the storm. Here are a few things you may want to consider. Have a Roof Inspection Performed Roofing companies offer this service to help you determine if you need any roofing repairs performed on your building.
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Three Reasons To Use Vinyl Siding For The Environmentally Conscious Homeowner

Posted on: 2 December 2014

You may not have heard great things about the environmental impact of vinyl siding. Some environmental advocates say that because it is manufactured from plastic and challenging to recycle, that it is a poor choice for homeowners who are concerned about being "green." But vinyl siding gets a bad rap in this department. Many of its benefits make it a great choice for the eco-conscious consumer. Especially if you currently have vinyl siding, it's well worthwhile to make repairs than to replace it with another material.
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