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Toby Leary Fine Woodworking Gives an Oyster Harbor Home a Modern Makeover

Toby Leary Fine Woodworking recently updated a 6,000 square foot Osterville home taking it from 1980’s style and giving it a modern and updated look. The home was newly purchased and located in the gated community of Oyster Harbor. “The homeowners were able to look beyond the outdated aesthetic and see potential while taking advantage […]

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A&D Exteriors Offers Spring Roof Maintenance Package

As homeowners begin to defrost from frigid temperatures, so does the home. Spring is the ideal time to check for roof damage caused by harsh winter weather. Freeze and thaw cycles only aggravate existing problems while sometimes creating new dilemmas. A&D Exteriors is offering a $99 spring roof maintenance package. “This deal will make sure […]

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How to Protect Your Roof from Ice and Snow Damage

The first snowfall of the season is picturesque, but the novelty begins to wear off after snow becomes inconvenient and creates damage to a home. Winter weather increases the vulnerability to a homeowner’s roof. Preparing a roof before inclement weather hits will assure the family stays dry and warm through the harsh cold winter. Dustin […]

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Top Notch Roofing Reminds Vermont Residents of Winter Safety Tips

When people think of Vermont in the winter they often picture pristine snow blanketing the woods, peace and tranquility, winter festivals, and the promise of playfulness enticing residents to venture out with skis, sleds, snowboards, sleighs, and snowshoes. Locals, who often take pride in surviving weather conditions that people in warm climates cannot even fathom, […]

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Time Running Out For Beverly Hills Homeowners to Switch to Fire Retardant Roofing

Beverly Hills’ dry and hot climate, seasonal Santa Ana winds, and topography increase the risk of homes and other structures being destroyed in wildfires. The Bel Air fire of 1961, one of the worst in city history with more than 450 homes destroyed brought about major changes in the city fire code. Now homeowners with […]

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Tips for Protecting Your Roof with the Summer Storm Season Looming Ahead

What the hail is going on with the weather in South Texas? Recent high winds and hail storms have caused shattered windows, tree damage as well as roof damage to many homes and businesses around The Valley. The damage has left many homeowners in the area a little shaken and very inconvenienced. With the beginning […]

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Keeping Your Home Cool with Energy Efficient Roofing

The National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration, (NOAA), reported on Thursday, the forecast for June through August this year will be warmer than normal. They are predicting that temperatures in the southwest region of the US will increase by a much as one to two degrees above average. Keep looking up; a roof has the ability to […]

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Choosing the Right Rain Gutter for your Home

Gutters aren’t usually considered glamorous. However, in the right hands custom copper gutters can transform essential but boring rain gutters into a piece of art. Elegant copper gutters enhance both traditional and contemporary architecture and can add curb appeal and value to any home. As copper ages, it develops its own distinctive and beautiful patina. […]

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Preventing Roof Leaks With Regular Maintenance

A spring roof inspection can extend the life of a roof. The heaviest rainfall in the San Francisco Bay area occurs from November through March. After several months of heavy rain, a roof can take a beating. “If there is no regular maintenance to a roof every 5 to 6 years, a roof can develop […]

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Tips for Dealing with a Damaged Roof

“The sky is falling, the sky is falling!” OK, so maybe the world is not coming to an end as Chicken Little believed, but with all the high winds to hit the Denver area this winter after the snow melted, it could certainly make some wonder. “High winds around here have been causing lots of […]

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