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The Step-By-Step Way To Reapir Your Damaged Siding

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While vinyl siding is extremely durable, it isn’t indestructible. It can be damaged from hail, tree limbs during excess winds, or an errant baseball from neighborhood children. If the damage is minor, such as just a small crack, and you are handy, you can easily repair it yourself. Here’s how to quickly and easily repair your damaged vinyl siding.  First, you will need to purchase a special tool called a zip tool.…

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How To Reduce Window Condensation

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During the winter months, the differences in temperature between the exterior of your home and the interior can cause condensation to begin to form on your window panes. Condensation on the glass can cause warping, buckling, mold, and other forms of serious water damage to the window frame and surrounding surfaces. Thankfully, there are a few simple things that you can do to help reduce the amount of condensation that forms on your windows during the cold season.…

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A Storm Repair Checklist For Your Roof

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If you notice that some shingles are missing from your roof after a large storm has passed through the area, use this checklist to help you address the issue. Clean Up Storm Created Debris The first thing you need to do is wait for the storm to pass your area before you go outside to do cleanup. Ideally, you should wait until the next day so that any passing storms don’t hit you.…

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