• Answering A Few Of The Most Common Questions Concerning Green Commercial Roofing

    Green roofing has been a popular staple in densely populated cities for many years, thanks to the many environmental benefits they provide. From helping to reduce solar radiation in the atmosphere to water absorption, there is no question that green roofing is an innovative idea. Even though this modern roofing technique is innovative, not all business owners jump at the chance to have their own roof transitioned to a green roof with vegetation.

  • Insulation And Reflectivity: Two Keys For Energy Efficient Windows

    When you move into an older home, your windows are likely not as efficient as they should be. Single-pane windows have next to no insulation value, but even older double-pane windows should not be considered energy efficient. Modern construction techniques will enhance a window's ability to isolate the climate inside your home. To get the best value for your money, you need to pay attention to what gas is sandwiched between the glass in your windows and what is used to coat the glass.

  • 5 Creative Projects For Leftover Hardwood Floorboards

    Getting new hardwood flooring installed in your home can greatly improve the look of the space and even increase the value of your home. After the installation project is completed, however, you may find that you have a lot of leftover hardwood flooring on your hands. Instead of throwing it away or donating, look into the following projects to reuse the hardwood floorboards in a variety of ways around your home.

  • 3 Excellent Reasons To Build A Porch Enclosure

    Having a porch is awesome because it gives you a space that is all yours right outside the front of your home. To create a porch enclosure, you will create a frame around your porch, and then install several windows and a door with a large window, so you can still enjoy the warm rays of sunshine and the view from your porch. Having a porch with a porch enclosure can be even more beneficial than having a regular porch area for a variety of reasons.

  • Replacing Cedar Shingles

    Cedar shingles can last fifty years or more, but this is not a guarantee. If you want to get the most life from your shingles, you need to inspect them regularly and make repairs when necessary. Unlike other roofing materials like slate or tile, you should be able to make repairs to your cedar-shingle roof on your own.  Identifying Problems with Your Roof A cedar roof has naturally occurring tannins which resist rot and help to preserve your roof.