Four Durable Siding Solutions To Replace The Old Vinyl Siding On Your Home

Posted on: 19 August 2015

If you have a home with vinyl siding and it is becoming damaged and needs to be repaired or replaced, you may want to consider some alternative finishes. Materials like fiber cement siding can give your home a durable siding with a traditional look. There are also veneer systems and many different styles of siding to choose form. Here are some of the things that you can do with fiber cement products for your vinyl replacement:
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Matching Your Backsplash to Your Color Scheme

Posted on: 13 August 2015

Your chosen color palette serves as the foundation of your kitchen décor. Naturally the paint color is a large part of that color scheme. However, the kitchen backsplash is another area for promoting the color scheme. Utilize your backsplash to set the tone for your kitchen's palette. Mediterranean Palette A Mediterranean palette typically starts with a terra cotta and adds blues, greens, and yellows. Since Mediterranean cultures are renowned for their tile work, one option is selecting patterned tiles for the backsplash with these colors.
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Save Money By Installing A Stencil That Imitates A Set Of French Doors With Many Lites

Posted on: 11 August 2015

French doors are elegant and beautiful, and, since they let a lot of natural light through, they make excellent patio doors. Fancy French doors that have complex designs can be expensive, though. If you'd like to install intricately patterned French doors that open to your home's patio but have limited financial resources, talk with a contractor about installing simple French doors and laying a stencil over their glass. French Patio Doors Have Lites
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Three Steps To Having Your Hail-Damaged Roof Repaired

Posted on: 3 August 2015

Hail storms can be devastating to your home. Even a new, sturdy roof can sustain damage that necessitates major repairs. While the roof may provide necessary protection for you during the storm, you need to quickly begin assessing and responding to the damage as soon as the clouds clear. The following guide can help you deal with your roof problem as soon as the storm passes. #1: Perform a Cursory Inspection
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