Understanding The Benefits Of Insulated Vinyl Siding

Posted on: 28 June 2017

The siding on your home is important, especially when you are looking for a long-term, low-maintenance investment. If you've already decided to go vinyl, the next step is selecting the final style. Not only do you need to consider cosmetics, you also need to think about the construction. For example, did you know that there are some styles of vinyl siding that are constructed with additional insulation? Here are a few reasons why you should consider opting for insulated vinyl siding instead of the traditional style.
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3 Things To Consider Before Replacing Waterlogged Fascia Boards

Posted on: 14 June 2017

The fascia board is a very important aesthetic and structural component in a roof line. A straight, clean, and brightly painted fascia board will stand out. Unfortunately, a sun-faded, saggy, or warped board will also be noticeable. Worse than that, it could lead to structural issues that could compromise your roof. It is very important that you keep your fascia boards sealed and protected from water and termites. This article runs you through 3 vital things to consider when replacing waterlogged fascia boards.
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Summer's Here! Follow These Seasonally Appropriate Plumbing Tips

Posted on: 6 June 2017

Plumbing emergencies can happen in any season, but there are some problems that plumbers see time and time again in the summer. From overflowing septic tanks to clogged garbage disposals, these summer plumbing tips can help you avoid calls to the plumber. Don't put fibrous veggies down the disposal. Summer is the season for sweet corn, but all of those husks are better off in your compost pile or trash can than down the disposal.
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Bought Land Along The Jersey Shore & Anxious To Build? Not So Fast, Permits Are Required

Posted on: 30 May 2017

Imagine if everyone who wanted to build whatever they wanted to along the Jersey Shore did so. The effects of this on the environment and shore line would be disastrous. For this reason, New Jersey enacted the Coastal Area Facility Review Act (CAFRA) to help save the coastal areas from overdevelopment. If you've recently purchased land within the area affected by CAFRA, you may have a few questions regarding the permit requirements and how one environmental service can help.
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