Archive for the ‘Roofing’ Category

Which Type Of Roof Is Right For Your Home?

December 04, 2013 in Roofing

​Roofs come in many different shapes, from the asymmetrical Saltbox style to the four-sided Mansard. Roofs also use many different materials, and the roofing material is more important for the longevity of the roof than its shape. There... read full post →

Check Your Roofing Before Winter Shakes Things Up

October 29, 2010 in Roofing

With snowy and blustery weather just around the corner, now is the time to evaluate your roof and consider replacement options. As an essential component of a secure home, roofing doesn’t just look good—it protects your home from a... read full post →

How a “Cool Roof” Lowers Your Utility Bills

August 17, 2010 in Roofing

A homeowner recently told me that he and his wife are spending $700 a month on energy bills. It’s summer, and their A/C costs are out of control. If you’re anything like these guys, your bills haven’t been too kind to your... read full post →

Rooftop Square Footage: A Vastly Underused Resource

April 28, 2010 in Roofing

Despite their immeasurable potential, commercial rooftops across the country remain one of the most underused building resources out there. The concept is simple: with all this flat and wide-open space, often in the heart of desirable... read full post →

Custom “Streets” Clocks of Your Favorite City

January 18, 2010 in Home Decor

Just type in your zip code, choose your color, click to add points of interests and water formations, and you’ve got an interactive, personalized clock outline of your favorite city. Fluid Forms’ Streets Clock uses actual street maps... read full post →
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