Three Reasons That Storm Shutters Are Better Than Plywood

Posted on: 4 March 2019

If you live in an area that gets frequent hurricanes, you need to have plans for protecting your home. Many residents of coastal communities react to oncoming storms by nailing sheets of plywood over their windows. Such an approach can certainly work to keep water out of your house, but it's not the best way to deal with this threat. A better strategy is to invest in proper storm shutters, which are available in several different styles, including shutters that swing open and shutters that roll down to cover the windows.
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Driveway Looking Worse For Wear This Winter? 4 Steps To Take Once Spring Arrives

Posted on: 19 January 2019

If winter has wreaked havoc on your asphalt driveway this winter, you'll need to give it some tender loving care once spring arrives. Snow removal equipment, freeze/thaw cycles, and problems with standing water can destroy your driveway. Here are four steps you'll need to take to restore your driveway as soon as the weather warms up this spring. Repair the Damage If you can see visible damage on your driveway, the first thing you'll need to do this spring is take care of the repairs.
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How Encapsulation Waterproofs Your Crawl Space And The Benefits It Provides

Posted on: 8 December 2018

If you move into an older home that has a crawl space with a dirt floor, you may have to deal with a dampness problem unless you have the crawl space waterproofed. Just because the crawl space is out of your home's living area doesn't mean the dampness won't affect you. Air from the crawl space enters your home so problems in the space below your house waft into your living area too.
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Home Improvement Updates To Improve Your Home's Energy Efficiency

Posted on: 24 October 2018

Although weather patterns through the seasons are changing in the world, you can count on hot summers and freezing winters that require extra home energy to ensure your comfort. To keep up with the changing seasons and improve your home's energy efficiency overall, there are many updates you can make and add to your home to make it better. Here are two home improvements you can add to make your home more energy efficient and reduce your home energy costs.
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