Hide Your Thermostat: 5 Creative Ways

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Thermostats come in all different shapes and sizes. Newer digital thermostats are a little on the large side and their basic white color can be a little unsightly on your colorfully-painted walls. There are a few ways to hide your thermostat, without hindering their ability to sense room temperature. See below for five creative ways to hide your thermostat. 1. Camouflage  Paint your stark white thermostat the same color as your walls to help your thermostat blend in better with your walls. Read More»

Dealing With A Damp Basement? Condensation May Be To Blame

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If your basement often has moisture on the walls, drips water from the ceiling, or always smells musty, you could have a problem with condensation. A wet basement is a common problem for homeowners, and the solution varies according to what causes the excess moisture. Some cases require the help of a contractor, but you should be able to clear up a condensation problem on your own. Here’s what you can do. Read More»

Frequently Asked Questions And Concerns About Roofing Repair

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As a homeowner, there are always going to be those maintenance projects that are a necessity. Replacing roofing every ten to 20 years just happens to be one of those things that cannot be avoided. If you are planning an upcoming roofing project for your home, you have most likely already been spending a fair amount of time asking around about what you should expect during the process. Most homeowners find that they have just about the same questions and concerns. Read More»

Important Reasons To Discuss Green Roofs With Your Roofing Contractor

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Is your home’s roof starting to look old and worn out? Are you tired of the look of ordinary shingles and instead want something as unique as you are? Here are some reasons why you should consider discussing green roofs with your roofing contractor: What is a green roof? While many people might consider any eco-friendly roof to be a green roof, the term actually has a specific application when it comes to roofing. Read More»

Two Questions About Roofing Projects and Contractors

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The roof is one part of a home that many people often overlooki. In addition to protecting your home’s interior, the roof can also play a major role in determining the overall energy efficiency of the building. Yet, roofs will need to be repaired and replaced over the time you own the home, and there may be a couple of roofing questions you want addressed before hiring a contractor for this work. Read More»