2015

  • Tips For Preventing Wintertime Driveway Damage

    Concrete is among the more common materials that is used in the construction of driveways, but there are many homeowners that are poorly prepared to maintain it. This can be particularly true during the winter months. The harsh temperatures and large amounts of ice can put a tremendous amount of stress on the driveway. To prevent these conditions from causing major harm to the driveway, you should read these two tips:
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  • Protect Your Property And Prevent Disaster - Types Of Fire Stop Caulking

    Whether you own a small home for you and your family or a large commercial complex that hosts a variety of businesses, making sure that your real estate is protected from potentially serious disasters is an important responsibility. Not only can a fire prevention system help save you money in the unfortunate event of a fire, but it can also go a long way toward lowering your insurance premiums and offering you confidence and emotional security.
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  • The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Cement Siding

    Cement siding, sometimes referred to as fiber cement siding, is an alternative to traditional vinyl or wood siding that offers a different set of strengths and weaknesses. Understanding the features of cement siding can help you decide whether or not it is the right fit for your home. The Advantages of Cement Siding Strength: Cement siding is extremely strong, and is capable of withstanding greater degrees of blunt force trauma and weather exposure than wood or vinyl siding.
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  • Breathe New Life Into An Old Concrete Retaining Wall: Tips And Ideas

    An old concrete retaining wall can be a vital part of your landscape. Whether it's a purely decorative element for adding height in the garden, or a vital need to help hold a terrace in place. There's no reason to live with an old or crumbling wall. Often, you can save some cash by repairing and refinishing the wall instead of replacing it. Fix the Damage Some cracking is normal on concrete, and doesn't necessarily mean that there is major structural damage to the wall.
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