Common Wood Fence Maintenance Questions Answered

A fence is one of the most basic ways of securing your property's borders. In particular, wood fences are particularly common because of their affordability and aesthetics. However, these fences can encounter various types of damage that can compromise their structural integrity and appearance. By having the following questions about routine sources of damage to wood fences answered, you will have a better idea how to keep your fence in pristine condition for years to come. Read More 

3 Benefits Provided By A Copper Roof

One of the best improvements that you can make to your home is replacing your roof, mostly because a new roof can provide you with many benefits. Out of all of the roofing materials available to you, copper is one of the most beneficial because it is environmentally friendly, has a very long lifespan, and can protect your home in the event of a fire. Environmentally Friendly One of the biggest benefits provided by a copper roof is that it will make your home quite a bit more environmentally friendly. Read More 

Infrared Imaging: Roof Leak Detection Goes High-Tech

You probably know that buckling shingles, algae growth, rot, and ceiling spots are signs of a leaking roof. However, you will not see these symptoms at the early stages of the damage. If you want to detect early signs of water leak before it causes damage, then turn to technology. Roofing technicians who have embraced technology employ infrared imaging, a leak detection method that involves scanning the roof with a device that detects infrared radiation (radiant energy invisible to the naked eye): Read More 

How To Install Plastic Protective Covers Over Your Gutters

Gutters collect more than water – they also collect leaves, twigs, and other debris. A couple of times every year many homeowners have to either hire someone to clean out their gutters, or they have to climb up ladders to do it themselves. An alternative to letting debris build up in the gutters is to install a protective cover that lets in the water, but keeps the debris out. Here is how you can install plastic protective covers over your gutters. Read More 

Water on a Flat Roof: What You Should Know

Have you noticed that there are dull yellow stains on the ceiling on your house? If you have a flat roof, there may be puddles of water sitting on it that must be removed before your home suffers even more damage. Here is what you should know about water on a flat roof. What Leads to Water Accumulating on a Flat Roof? Although water sitting on any type of roof can cause damage, it is worse when on a flat roof. Read More