Last weekend Ethan, Kim and I worked with a team of five other volunteers to install six replacement windows in a 1950s split level home. The original windows in the house were constructed of solid wood. They were likely beautiful in their time, but years of weather and several coats of paint had not been kind to them. Their energy inefficiency was also an issue, with cold drafts leaking through in the winter and no Low-E glass to block UV penetration in the Summer. As with many homes from this era, the windows were protected on the outside with storm
What to Consider When Considering a Roofing Contractor
Hiring a roofing contractor is a big deal—plain and simple Your roof is the primary covering to your home; the place where your family lives, interacts, cooks and sleeps; the place that is the biggest investment of your life in all likelihood. Selecting the wrong contractor could lead to additional expenses, poor quality work and jeopardize your warranty. Need help? Click here to find the right contractor Overhead, Out of Mind Finding a trusted roofing contractor is not always easy, however. As a homeowner, you probably have not thought much about those roofing shingles and roofing underlayment until you needed to. So what are you to do if you need a new roof, a re-roofing job or a roof repair? Here are some things to consider when deciding on a roofing contractor: Find…
Find The Right Roof Contractor With These Easy Tips!
Looking for a roof contractor? Not sure whom to trust? What do you look for when checking out roofing contractors? How do you know who to trust? The answer may not be as hard to find as you think, especially with the resources you have right in front of you now! 1) Check Out Referrals & Read Reviews These days. consumers … Continue reading →
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Civil trial for deadly PA building collapse ends with $227M settlement
Building owner Richard Basciano and The Salvation Army were found financially liable, and two contractors are already serving prison time for the 2013 incident.