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Taking Care Of Your Emergency Preparations? How To Care For Your Metal Supply Sheds

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If you’re actively involved in doomsday preparations, you need at least one metal shed on your property. Metal buildings can provide you the space you need for your survival gear, but they can also provide emergency shelter should the need arise. Once you have your metal sheds installed, you’ll need to provide them with the care they’ll need to stand up to whatever disasters may come your way. Here are some dos and don’t’s you should follow for your sheds: Read More»

Answers To Your Storm Window Questions

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Are considering adding storm doors or windows to your home? If so, you likely have some questions. The following guide can provide you with some of the answers you are looking for. Do you have to remove storm windows every spring? In the old days storm windows were removed and stored every spring, only to be put back on in the fall. Fortunately, there are a lot of options available now where this isn’t required. Read More»

Two Easy Ways To Deal With Rotted Wood Siding

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A home with an old wooden exterior can be as frustrating as it is charming, if for no other reason than that homeowners are often forced to deal with the effects of the elements on old wood. Dry rot usually isn’t the most serious problem facing a home, but left untreated it can become a headache – and an expensive one at that. So if you’ve noticed that your home’s siding is afflicted with dry rot, keep the following couple of tips in mind in order to deal with it effectively. Read More»

Building In A Cold Climate? 3 Construction Tips

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The process of designing and building a new home in a cold climate is different than the process in a warmer climate. Winter weather, especially in areas that get a lot of snow and ice, can wreak havoc on a home’s structure. When building a home in an area that gets its fair share of the cold, it’s important to keep a few things in mind during the construction phase. Here are three construction tips for building in a colder climate. Read More»

3 Things To Do Before Having A Custom Home Built For You

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Have you been struggling to find the perfect home? You may want to live in a certain area because of your job, easy access to different attractions and good schools for your children to attend, but have been having a hard time finding the right home to move into. Instead of choosing to buy a property that does not have everything you are looking for, why not consider having a new home constructed specifically for you based on the needs of yourself and your family? Read More»