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3 Underlayment Materials That Can Help Protect Your New Roof From Water Damage

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When installing new shingles, your roofing contractors have to start the process with a backing underlayment that provides support and waterproofing. The type of underlayment used varies according to the type of shingles ordered, the shape of the roof, and your budget. Different types of underlayment are sometimes used together for the best results. What are some of the common types of underlayment materials that can help protect your new roof from water damage? Read More»

4 Cool Options For Resurfacing Your Pool

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Over time, as the finish of your pool is exposed to elements and chlorine, it will begin to become pitted and worn down. This means your pool will not only not look as nice as it used to, but it will also be harder to keep it clean and it may even start leaking water. Luckily, there are some great options for resurfacing your pool and getting it back to tip-top shape:  Read More»

Four Tips For Quality Glass Railing Maintenance

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Exterior glass railings can provide a sense of elegance and wonder to your property that you just can’t find otherwise. When these glass railings are installed and designed by professionals like Pacific Rim Sundecks Ltd, you owe it to yourself and to your property to keep these railings as clean as possible and in pristine condition through maintenance. To learn a few pointers about how to maintain these glass railings, read below and apply these four valuable guidelines. Read More»

Four Ways To Reduce Your Electrical Bills With Lighting Upgrades

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If you are tired of paying so much for electricity, improvements to your lighting can be an affordable way to make changes. You can start by throwing away all the incandescent lights today, and replacing them with CFL or LED light bulbs. You can also use new lighting that provides you with the light you need and minimizes electrical consumption. Here are some ways you can improve the lighting in your home: Read More»

How To Install Cedar Shingles

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Cedar shingles not only add beauty to your roof, but they are also very durable, environmentally-friendly, and have more insulation properties than asphalt shingles. Properly installed and maintained cedar shingles can last up to 40 years. Here is how you can cover your roof with cedar shingles. You Will Need These: Cedar Shingles Utility Knife Rust-Resistant Nails Nail Gun Chalk Line Circular Saw Drill Pre-Drill Holes To protect the cedar shingles from cracking while you install them, you should pre-drill the holes in them for the nails. Read More»