3 Reasons To Seal Cracks In Your Asphalt Immediately

Posted on: 20 June 2016

One of the most annoying things that can happen to your driveway is to see a crack developing in the asphalt, mostly because this crack can easily lead to costly repairs and greatly reduce the curb appeal of your home. Listed below are just a few of the reasons to have a contractor seal the cracks in your asphalt driveway as soon as possible. Freezing Winter is one of the most dangerous times to see a crack develop in your driveway, mostly because of the amount of damage that ice can cause to your driveway.
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How To Refinish Wooden Garage Doors

Posted on: 12 May 2016

The garage is a large part of your home style. Since it so large and visible, the garage door should always be kept up. Wooden doors can fade and loose their finish over time. To protect that style and waterproof finish of the wood, you need to refinish it every few years. As long as you keep your garage door waterproof, it will remain strong and colorful. This article explains how to refinish wooden garage doors.
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What You Need To Know If Pigeons Roost On Your Roof

Posted on: 12 May 2016

If you notice pigeons roosting on your roof, it will be important for you to install deterrent devices to keep them away. Pigeons can damage roofing materials and clog your gutters and downspouts. Here's what you need to know. Pigeon Droppings Damage Roofing  Bird droppings are really a combination of poop and uric acid, which is the white goo. Uric acid can damage your roofing material, especially asphalt shingles. When the acid damages the asphalt shingles, your roof will become more susceptible to leaks.
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Is Moss Bad For Your Cedar Shake Roof?

Posted on: 27 April 2016

During the spring, cedar shake roofs in cool, wet climates may develop a growth of moss on their surface. This can be troubling for the homeowners. Knowing what moss can do to your roof and how to prevent moss from returning can help you maintain your property this spring. Is moss bad for your cedar shake roof? Yes, moss is bad for your cedar shake roof. Cedar is naturally decay resistant, however, moss will hold soil and moisture against a cedar shake roof, which can cause the wood to deteriorate over time.
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