What Types Of Patio Enclosures Are Available For My Home?

Posted on: 29 September 2022

When the weather is nice out, you might want to spend all day out on the patio. However, when the weather conditions are less ideal, you can still enjoy your patio, if you install a patio enclosure. There are several to choose from based on the needs of your household.  Screen Enclosures A patio enclosure can have screens installed to protect you and your guests from bugs. The screen does not stop airflow so you can still enjoy the fresh air and cool off.
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A Guide To Basic Stucco Repair

Posted on: 14 September 2022

Stucco is one of the most common and reliable finishes for exterior surfaces. Since, it's affordable, durable, and easy to maintain, stucco is great for residential and commercial buildings. Homeowners and DIYers are especially fond of stucco because it is easy to paint and repaint over the years. While stucco can maintain its texture for decades, it can get damaged. Scratches, dents, and dings can occur along the lower walls of your exterior over the years and you may need to do some spot repair.
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When Should You Hire A Home Roofing Contractor To Inspect A Roof?

Posted on: 31 August 2022

Having regular roof inspections completed is one of the best ways to ensure that your roof lasts as long as it is designed to and decrease the need for large, unexpected repairs. A home roofing contractor can look for signs of damage or problems during a roof inspection, and then correct those issues. However, many homeowners have no idea when they should have a roof inspection completed. Here are a few scenarios in which you should hire a roofing contractor for a residential roof inspection.
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How Do You Temporarily Repair Alligator Cracks In An Asphalt Driveway?

Posted on: 17 August 2022

Alligator cracks are a network of small, joined cracks on an asphalt surface that look like an alligator's scales. The presence of alligator cracks on a driveway is concerning since they're caused by the gravel base underneath the driveway shifting. The weight of a vehicle will press the asphalt down into the gaps left open by the fallen gravel, which will cause it to bend and crack apart. The way to permanently fix them is to replace your entire asphalt driveway since that's the only method of repairing the gravel base and making it stable again.
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