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Over the course of someone's life, they get fed a lot of information from a lot of people. In every aspect of life, so much of this knowledge is extremely helpful in understanding day to day life and important decision processes. But, it is important to know that sprinkled in throughout all those re...

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Asphalt shingles are the most common residential roofing material throughout the entire United States and far and above throughout in New England.  In many residential neighborhoods, you'll most likely see the asphalt and then on far fewer occasions, you'll see slate, rubber, copper and other m...

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If your roof starts to leak, you may think, putting a bucket under the exposed area is a temporary fix. While this small leak may not seem like a big issue and in your eyes, everything is under control, putting off a needed repair could affect a whole bunch of other issues. 1. Electrical Issues:...

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As a homeowner, having a beautiful landscape can be something you're proud of. A big part of that is trees. Throughout New England, trees are commonly found items in yards. While amazing, trees can cause damage to your home in more ways than you might think. We have written this blog to make sure yo...

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Any money that you put into your house should theoretically improve your home's value. You don't want to waste money or throw it away without getting a return. When you install a new roof, here are five ways that your home's value will increase. Energy Conservation:  Old roofs, windows, or...

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As a homeowner, it's important to understand the need for keeping your home in tip-top shape. From the siding on your house to the landscaping and roof, everything you do impact the function and appearance of your home.  When it comes to your roof, there will be natural repairs you need to...

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Think of winter and you'll likely think of cuddling around a warm fireplace at home, while the snow falls lightly outside. As idyllic as that image may be, it's important to remember to brace your homes for the harsher side of winter weather, such as hail, ice, and snowstorms.  Here are some ti...

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In Boston today, the temperature is expected to reach the mid 90's! Now that is what we call really hot. On a day like today, staying cool is the ultimate goal. It's extremely important to keep your house cool and doing so without wasting energy. One way that you can affect the temperature of your h...

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When improving your home, people are always trying to save some money. Whether that be by choosing a contractor with a lower bid or trying to take on a project by yourself. When it comes to roofing, that is one area of the house you should ensure it's handled the right way.  Rather than trying...

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While that leak from the ceiling may seem small and just an annoyance that needs to be fixed, there are in fact dangerous and severe consequences for ignoring a leaky roof. Leaks can be caused by a variety of factors including improper roof installation, wind or rain damage, and failure to properly...

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