3 Roofing Repairs You Shouldn'T Attempt And Why

Posted on: 30 March 2015
If you are like most new homeowners, you might be ready to roll up your sleeves and take care of a few simple repairs. After all, since it looks easy on television, why wouldn't you give it a try? Unfortunately, some repairs aren't nearly as simple as they seem. Here are three roofing repairs you shouldn't attempt, and how a few errors could permanently damage your home: 1: Fixing Flashing
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Renovating Your Small Business Building? 3 Incentives For Going Solar In Florida

Posted on: 12 March 2015
Are you renovating or rehabbing the building where your small business is located in Florida? While you're changing the look of the building and/or updating its features, you should seriously consider going solar. It is good for the environment, will cut down on your business's power bills, and will appeal to your customers who are green-minded. There are also some very real monetary incentives for going solar in Florida, and now is the perfect time to take advantage of them.
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3-Step Guide For Temporarily Patching Your Roofing Shingles With Liquid Tar

Posted on: 26 February 2015
After discovering several leaks in your home's roof, you may have noticed that some of your shingles have started to deteriorate. If you are unable to have it professionally repaired before the next rainfall, use this three-step guide to temporarily patch your shingles with liquid tar. What You Will Need Before you begin patching your roof, you will need to gather the supplies listed below. Gardon hose with spray nozzle Standard-sized hammer 5 gallon bucket Gallon roofing tar, found at hardware and home improvement stores Old corn-bristle broom Small hand trowel 4-inch wide paintbrush Step 1:  Clean The Roof
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