All posts tagged "roofs"
Collecting Rainwater from Roofs
Saving rainwater isn’t just about reducing water bills. It’s about conserving natural resources. With so much water coming out of the sky during the first part of this year, now is the ideal time to consider harvesting...
- Posted April 16, 2017
Hiring a roofing contractor – some tips to keep in mind.
In this hour, The Carey Brothers discuss some things to keep in mind when hiring a roofing contractor, plus tips for tight miters.
- Posted July 2, 2016
Caulking: An Ounce of Prevention Can Keep Your Home from Rotting
Homes move. And when they move, gaps can occur near window and door frames, at concrete foundations, where brick meets siding and about a thousand-and-one other areas in and around a home. Gaps can start out small...
- Posted May 22, 2016
Home Design Tips for Baby Boomers
There are about 76.4 million Baby Boomers in the US, according to the Population Reference Bureau. As this population ages, it will become important that features on their houses promote safety, are easy-to-maintain, and last a long...
- Posted February 24, 2016
Anatomy Of A Pitched Roof
Every winter, across the nation, housing-news headlines always read the same! “Roof Leaks Cause of Major Damage.” “Ceilings, Walls, Furniture and Floors Ruined.” So, how do you prevent your home from becoming “newsworthy”? Well, you might never...
- Posted August 25, 2015
Fypon Launches Second Annual National Curb Appeal Month in August
Fypon, a leader in the synthetic millwork industry, will once again shine the spotlight on the benefits of curb appeal for the home during the Second Annual “National Curb Appeal Month” celebration in August of 2015. The...
- Posted July 31, 2015
Going Gray on Top
Trending color for rooftops Home exteriors should take a hint from some of Hollywood’s silver foxes — and go gray on top. That’s the advice of color expert Kate Smith with Sensational Color. “Gray is the ‘in’...
- Posted April 16, 2015
Winter Problems: Ice Dams
From the California side of the Rockeys to Minnesota’s 10,000 lakes to New York harbor, their is a common winter condition that often only gets discussed after a major roof leak occurs. Do you know what it...
- Posted January 15, 2015
Reading the Ads – Deciphering the Details
Question Could you tell me about the product described in the enclosed advertisement, or is it just another scam? Mike Answer Lets study the advertisement section by section, then you can make your own decision both about...
- Posted April 17, 2014