If your metal roof has deteriorated badly enough, a coating cannot save it. However, there are situations in which you will want to use metal roof restoration products because replacing your roof too soon is just as bad as waiting too long to replace it. Metal Roofs Eventually Degrade Metal roofs are coated with a protective finish. However, exposure to the elements will degrade this protective finish over time. Rust will eventually form on your roof, and will affect the structural integrity of the roof. [Read More]
Maintaining Your Air Conditioning System Can Be Simple
Your air conditioning system is one of the most important aspects of your home on those hot summer days. It seems that the air conditioning is running non-stop during the summer, and this may be one of the reasons the unit always seems to break down during the summer months. Unfortunately, this is when you need it the most. However, there are a few things that you can do to help keep your air conditioning system up and running through the entire summer. [Read More]
Is Your Antique Wood Floor Too Damaged For Restoration?
In an old house, the original wood floor can be the crowning glory of the home. However, older wood floors have often seen years of abuse. When you're tackling a restoration, you might despair that the floors are too damaged to be properly refinished. You might be surprised to learn that even floors that have seen extensive damage can still be refinished by an experiences professional. Here are some common damage scenarios and how you can know if you should sand it and stain it or tear it and trash it. [Read More]
3 Problems You May Experience From A Leaky Pipe In Your Home
The plumbing pipes in your home are designed to transport water to your faucets and carry waste water out of your home. Any of these pipes are prone to leaks, and a leaky pipe can lead to problems in your home. This is why it is important to fix a leaky pipe when you discover it. Here are three main problems you could encounter if you fail to find and fix a leaky pipe in your home. [Read More]