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Ice is Trying to Destroy Your Home

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Houses are built to withstand exposure to a range of environmental elements, depending on whether they are built. Homes built near fault lines are typically reinforced to resist earthquakes. Homes built on the coast are built to resist hurricane-force winds. And home built in northern climates are built to resist the damaging effects of snow Read more…

Oregon Roofing Laws You Should Know

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Oregon has several laws which affect roofing contractors, workers, and residents. Ignorance is never an answer, and cannot alter the law or the consequences for breaking it. Even if you’re not a roofing contractor, it is helpful to understand some of these basic roofing laws in your state if you plan on hiring one. Continuous Read more…

5 Signs It’s Time to Redo Your Roof

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The roof is a major component of the home that protects the interior setting from damage or exposure to environmental elements. Although the structure is extremely durable, it can begin to wear down over time as it ages. Here are a few signs that it’s time to redo your roof with the help of a Read more…

5 Simple Ways to Cut Utility Payments

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5 Simple Ways to Cut Utility Payments If you’re like most homeowners, utility payments make up a sizeable chunk of your monthly budget. The good news is that with some simple tweaks to your home and lifestyle, it’s possible to reduce the amount you pay for gas, electric, water, and other utilities. Here are five Read more…