3 Things Homeowners Should Know About Insurance Claims For Roof Repairs

Posted on: 15 August 2016
Hurricane season starts in the summer and continues through the fall. If you live in an area that may be affected by hurricanes or other severe storms, it's time to start considering how you'll pay for repairs if you need them. Your roof is one of the most expensive parts of your home that's at risk during storm season, so you need to know if your homeowner's insurance will cover damage or leaks if they occur.
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Prevent Water From Damaging Or Entering Your Commercial Building's Concrete Basement

Posted on: 29 July 2016
If the concrete basement inside of the commercial building that you own often becomes filled with several inches of water whenever it rains, the following tips will assist with eliminating water and preventing additional moisture from entering the basement. By utilizing these tips, the basement will remain damage-free and you can safely store items inside of it without needing to worry about them being prone to water damage. Hire A Plumber To Install A Sump Pump
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Six Ways To Finish A Poured Concrete Patio Surface

Posted on: 15 July 2016
If you're having concrete poured for an outdoor patio surface, it's a perfect time to start thinking about how you want to finish it. With so many options for adding texture and design to the surface of poured concrete, it wouldn't be surprising to find yourself overwhelmed by the options. Here are a few of the most common choices for you to consider and discuss with your concrete contractor. A broom allows you to create a custom bristle texture on the concrete surface.
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Three Things To Consider Prior To Installing A Tankless Hot Water Heater

Posted on: 24 May 2016
There is a lot being written about the benefits of a tankless water heater. These heaters are usually small, wall-mounted units that furnish hot water on demand. Not only will they supply an unlimited amount of hot water, but they can also save 30 - 50 percent of your energy costs by not having to continuously heat a tank of water that no one is using. Unfortunately, just like anything else on the market, tankless water heaters are not designed for everyone.
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