1. What to Consider Before Doing DIY Home Improvements

    America is a nation of do-it-yourselfers. You'll find the DIY spirit anywhere you look, from motorists changing their own oil to amateur web designers creating an online presence for their small business. This same spirit applies to home improvement projects, many of which are well within the reach of the average person. But achieving success in these endeavors requires knowing your limits. In thi…Read More

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    5 Metal Roof Myths

      Durable, fire resistant, and low-maintenance, metal roofs can enhance the beauty and value of your home. However, many people have reservations about installing them, largely due to misconceptions and myths. Here, we’ll dispel five common metal roof myths. (more…)…Read More

  3. Lifetime Shingle Warranty

    Among the materials used in your roof, the most important are probably the shingles. These help prevent the elements from getting inside, give your roof some resiliency, and add a pleasant aesthetic to your home’s overall appearance.  test (more…)…Read More

  4. Ceiling Water Damage—What to Do When You Find It

    You’ve noticed an ugly, circular discoloration on the ceiling.  As you move closer to examine the ceiling, you hope it is just your eyes, or shadows cast by the lamp. But it’s real; it’s a water stain.  Now what?  Does this mean new drywall and insulation, tape/bed/texture, paint . . .  (more…)…Read More

  5. Installing Gutters Can Save You Money

    Gutters on your home are designed to capture water runoff from your roof and direct it away from your house. Although gutters are known for getting clogged, the thought of getting out a ladder and cleaning leaves and debris out from them may turn some people away from installing gutters. (more…)…Read More

  6. The Storm was a Nightmare, the Repair Shouldn’t Be

    While the Wizard of Oz was set in Kansas, it could have just as easily been set in Texas or Oklahoma. Ask any Texas native about the weather and we all have a story about a spring storm that either damaged our home or a friend’s home. If you live in Texas long enough there is a good chance your home will be in the path of a storm that damages your roof. While you don’t have any control over th…Read More

  7. How to Safely Inspect Your Roof

    Henry David Thoreau and Grandpa both preached self-reliance so like the experts at the DIY Network we encourage friends to tackle any number of projects around the house. DIY projects allow homeowners to often save money and provide a great sense of accomplishment; a job well done is priceless. On the other hand Henry David Thoreau was known for his commonsense and was also famous for saying, “B…Read More