Trusses Are An Important Part Of Your Roof

Posted on: 7 April 2016

When your contractor is working on building your new house, they don't just stick the roof on top of the walls. The walls are held up by temporary trusses until the permanent roof trusses are added and the walls are stabilized. Then the temporary wall trusses can be taken down since the permanent roof trusses take over the job of keeping the walls square, the roof stable, and the house standing.
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A Guide To A Clean Business Parking Lot

Posted on: 15 March 2016

In order to take care of your business as a whole, the care and maintenance begins before anyone walks through the door. In fact -- it begins with the street or parking lot that leads people onto your property. This article will provide you with some guidelines for taking care of your parking lot or street. Read on and apply these principles so that you can maintain the exterior of your business.
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Want To Improve Energy Efficiency In An Old Home? Use Spray Foam Insulation

Posted on: 8 March 2016

Many new homes are constructed in a way to provide the future homeowner with superb energy efficiency. However, when old properties go without extensive updating throughout its lifetime, you could have a charming home with outrageous energy costs on your hands. An easy way to make it more efficient is by using spray foam insulation, which you can accomplish on a fairly tight budget. Apply to the Exterior Walls When you take on this kind of project, you need to determine whether you want to go with closed-cell or open-cell spray foam.
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Three Easy Ways To Kill Driveway And Pavement Crack Weeds

Posted on: 18 February 2016

If you're a homeowner who has been battling weeds growing out of cracks in the patio or driveway, you know how frustrating it can be to keep pulling up the weeds or keep applying herbicides only to find more weeds have taken the old ones' places. You want those weeds gone because not only are they unsightly, but they also can ruin any filler you might put in the cracks. Instead of trying chemical herbicides again, try one of three simple -- and non-toxic -- remedies
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