How To Repair A Slate Roof Using A Slate Hook

Posted on: 21 May 2015

Slate is a good building material in that it can last for between a hundred to two-hundred years. That being said, slate is not impervious to damage. If individual roofing tiles break down, water can seep through your roof and destroy the roof deck and/or allow water to leak into your home. In order to get the most life from your roof, you need to remove and replace any damaged tiles that you find.
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Slate Roof Repairs: How To Replace A Cracked Tile

Posted on: 6 May 2015

One of the best parts of slate roofs is that they rarely require maintenance or repair. However, on occasion, you may find that one of your slate roofing tiles has become cracked and must be replaced. If you are currently in this situation, you will be glad to know that performing this roofing repair will often be quite simple and can typically be completed on a DIY basis using the steps outlined below.
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Tips For Fixing Problems With Your Hot Tub Jets

Posted on: 17 April 2015

Hot tubs are great to have, but they do require maintenance and repairs from time to time. When you first get your hot tub, you will have to learn how to take care of it and how to keep the water safe and clean. Over time, you might experience some problems with clogs in the jets. While this is normal, there are things you can do to prevent this and fix it if it happens.
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Is There Such A Thing As A Lifetime Warranty On A Residential Roof?

Posted on: 7 April 2015

For most homeowners, getting a new roof installed is a less-than-thrilling way to spend money -- certainly, that trip to Mazatlan would be more fun. It's necessary, though, and of course, you want the best and most durable roof that you can afford to protect your house. Should you look at certain types of roofs that are supposed to last longer? And just how long should you expect a roof to last, anyway?
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