The urban heat island effect (UHI) is a phenomenon where urban areas generate more heat than the surrounding, rural areas. These areas are hotter for a variety of reasons and can increase heat signatures by up to 10 degrees. Luckily, this phenomenon can be addressed partly by careful residential roofing and planning.
Getting new windows brings a number of advantages, improving form and function in the home to make your living experience more enjoyable. Make sure, however, you get energy-efficient replacement units.
Decks serve many purposes, but one of the best things about them is that they can be made from a number of materials. Each deck material, of course, will have its own attributes, and getting to know them is a great way to determine which one will be best for you.
When someone repairs or replaces your roof, you can’t climb the top of your house and monitor the workmanship of the crew you hire. You can only hope that you choose the right contractor once the contract is signed. [Read more…]
Appearance may be an obvious distinction between pitched and flat roofs, but they’re more dissimilar than you might think. Today, Pressure Point Roofing, Inc., expounds on how the two differ in four key areas:
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