3 Keys For Maintaining Your Air Ducts

When you need great performance from your air ducts, it's vital that you look into professional quality work that can help you. To this end, you'll want to understand how you can keep the ducts clean and sealed. By taking the time to maintain your air ducts, you're in a much greater position to get the help that'll care for your heating and cooling system. With this in mind, keep reading to get a clear idea on how to make the most out of this service. Read More 

3 Lighting Options For Your Aluminum Dock

With aluminum docks, it's imperative that you have one or more lights at the end of the structure as well as along its sides. These lights can be valuable if you're ever boating at night, as they'll help you to dock the boat and make it easier to walk along the dock back to the shore, but their chief purpose is to make your dock visible to other boaters. You generally have three different options when it comes to setting up lights on the dock and supplying power to them. Read More 

4 Tips To Keep In Mind When Laying A Stone Tile Floor

If you plan on updating your bathroom with a stone tile floor, make sure you understand how to properly prepare for and install a stone floor before you start the project. Also, don't be afraid to hire assistance with putting in your stone tile floor. Remove the Old Floor The first thing you should do is remove the old floors. Removing the old floors will reduce the work that the installation team has to do when they come in to put down the stone floors. Read More 

Dealing With Lap Siding Maintenance And Repairs To Prevent Water Damage And Rot

Lap siding is the conventional siding that is boards that overlap each other. One of the problems that you must deal with is leaks and water damage. Some of the maintenance, repairs and improvements to stop leaks include sealing around windows and using house-wrap. If you want to prevent damage to your home from leaks in siding, here are some tips that will help: 1.  Using an Impermeable House-Wrap Behind Your Siding                                                        Read More 

Protecting Your Roof By Installing Kick-Out Flashing

Anywhere that a roof directly abuts a wall of your home, there is an elevated risk of roof rot and other forms of water damage. Luckily, kick-out flashing is an effective and relatively simple way to guard against this threat. This article will teach you how to protect against water damage by providing a basic overview of the kick-out flashing installation process. Problem Areas The intersection of an angled portion of roof and a vertical wall is highly susceptible to water damage. Read More