Which Roofing Material Is Best For Your Home?

Posted on: 2 May 2016

Picking out the right roofing material can be very difficult. There are a lot of different factors to consider, which can be quite overwhelming at times. However, breaking the situation down into smaller sections can often make a decision easier to reach. To that end, here is a comparison of price and longevity across several of the most popular roofing materials: Asphalt As a baseline, you have asphalt, which is the most common roofing material for residential areas. [Read More]

Want To Throw A Unique Birthday Party For Your Kid? Go Backyard Camping

Posted on: 29 March 2016

When you have kids, you should take advantage of every opportunity to do things that you will no longer be able to do with them when they grow older. For instance, while you can organize a birthday party at any age, you will have the easiest time doing it when your kid is still young and relies on you to make it happen. Whether you make it a surprise or something that you plan with your kid is up to you, but it can be exciting to surprise them with something such as a backyard camping birthday party. [Read More]

3 Reasons To Utilize Copper Tiles When Replacing Your Roof

Posted on: 1 March 2016

One of the most versatile, popular, and beneficial roofing materials at your disposal is copper. Copper can provide you with a roof that can do everything from lasting many decades to helping you control the climate within your home. Listed below are three of the many reasons for utilizing copper tiles when replacing your roof.   Keep Your House Cooler Copper is a nice option for keeping your home cooler in the summer because it helps keep the heat from the sunlight from increasing the temperature within the house. [Read More]

Tips For Keeping Insect Pests Out Of Your House

Posted on: 8 February 2016

As spring approaches, insects become more active and may find their way into your house. Instead of spending your time swatting, stomping and spraying these pests that make their way in, be pro-active with these tips to keep them out of your house to begin with. 1. Get rid of places in your yard that become a jump-off point for insects to get into your house. Move firewood or other piles of wood that can attract ants and spiders as far from the house as possible. [Read More]