Restore the look of your corrugated iron roof by effectively cleaning and painting it

Posted on: 1 December 2015

While you may only be able to see sections of it at any one time, the condition of your roof plays a huge role in the overall look of your house. If you have everything from your garden to your windows in immaculate condition, but you fail to look after your roof, the entire structure will look shabby. People will often paint their fences and walls, but forget about their roofs.
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Can't Afford a Roof Repair? Try These Four Temporary Patch Ideas to Buy You Time

Posted on: 10 September 2015

If your roof is is missing shingles or has a hole for any reason, rain can get into your home, damaging wood and potentially encouraging the growth of dangerous mold. Ideally, you should repair or replace an ailing roof as soon as possible to protect your home from lasting damage. However, if you cannot afford a new roof right away, there are simple DIY repairs you can do to buy more time.
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Benefits of Steel Roof Trusses

Posted on: 14 August 2015

The roof is one of the key structures of a home, and when you're building a new house, you are in control of what material is used to construct your roof trusses. Trusses are a support structure in a triangular configuration that are typically made from wood, but are also available in steel, which may be a better option for you. Here are some of the reasons that steel roof trusses are superior to wood trusses, so that you can make an informed decision when selecting trusses to buy through someone like Wadsworth Joinery.
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How to Choose the Best Material for a Residential Roof

Posted on: 20 July 2015

Before you have your home's roof replaced, or if you're having a new home built, you'll want to give some thought as to the material you choose. While asphalt shingles are very common, they are not your only choice. There are other options for those who are Eco-conscious, or who are looking for something more attractive overall. Note a few tips for how to choose the best material for a residential roof.
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