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http://www.eavestrough.ca Do you have overflowing eavestroughs? Poor angling and leaves are usually the culprit. Visit our blog http://torontoeavestroughing.blogspot.com/
This video details the five most common mistake when installing asphalt shingles. If you're attempting to replace or repair your roof, make sure you don't make these mistakes! Go now to http://www.RoofingIntelligence.com to get the entire multi-part video series with all the information you'll need to install a shingle roof yourself. This video series is available to stream immediately online or to purchase as a DVD. The most common mistakes include: putting the nails in the wrong place, using shingles on a flat or low slope roof, poor pipe flashing, using the incorrect overhang, and racking architectural shingles. Chris is a professional roofer from Athens, Georgia and has created RoofingIntelligence.com to help home owners and other roofers install their roofs easily and correctly.
One of the most common home repair calls we get here in the Cincinnati area is for soffit and fascia damage. Soffits and fascia are parts of the home that are particularly susceptible to water, storm and animal damage. Unfortunately, however, soffit and fascia construction defects abound in Cincinnati-area homes and therefore you need to be on guard to spot trouble before expensive home repairs drain your bank account. In this clip we'll show you how soffits and fascia are rotted and ruined. Read full article at http://www.mastermylist.com/wood-rot/how-soffits-and-fascia-are-rotted-and-ruined/ As always, call ProMaster at (513) 724-0539 or check out our website at http://www.MasterMyList.com if you need help with any of your home repair or handyman needs. ProMaster is a home repair company based in Cincinnati, Ohio. ProMaster takes pride in being on-time and family-friendly. All of our employees are background checked and drug tested to ensure that you and your family are safe and comfortable with the craftsman completing your project. ProMaster is also the only company in the area that gives you a specific time for your appointment, not a "two hour window" like Time Warner.
How I made my Garages Super Insulated Concrete Floor. This building is going to be heated because it is both a garage and a shop. I set up radiant tubes in the floor for the hot water to circulate. This is a hydronic radiant floor. I insulated between the ground and the concrete slab because the slab is always going to be hotter than the ground. There is lots of rebar, probably over doing it a bit. The slab was 5,000 psi concrete and 5 inches thick. This slab is way overkill, but I didn't want to worry about it. Now I could add a lift in the future if I want to. The foam board used is high-density "Geo Foam" which came out of a factory in RI. The foam was great and I would use it again. I secured it to the walls using Loctite power grab adhesive. There is a link below. The floor insulation is a total of 14 inches (R-56) and the wall is 2 inches (R-8). The wall was later framed out for another R-20 of cellulose. Read more details about this project here: https://www.davidpoz.com/single-post/2017/09/19/Garage-Floor-Insulated-and-Heated My dad and neighbor, John, are seen because they both helped out so much with this. Thank you. Adhesive: http://amzn.to/2xyMzR1 We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites
The Worst Roofing Job I have Ever Seen in 25 Years of Repairing Roofs and Roof Inspections. We do professional roof inspection for home owners who are in the process of buyinig a new home and sometimes we get a call from a client who is in the middle of having their roof done or their new roof was just completed and they want to make sure that they are getting the type of roofing job they are paying. This customer was getting pressured by the roofer to make the final payment and he just wasn't sure that the quality of the roofing was up to par. He wanted to have the piece of mind of getting the roofing job professionally inspected BEFORE making that final payment to the roofer. And, that was the best decision he could have made. The customer had inform me of a few red flags he was aware of that happened during the initial install. Even the roofer he choose was highly referred and had a lot of good reviews he saw on the internet he still needed us to make sure he didn't get ripped off. I hope this never happens to anyone else.
http://www.eavestrough.ca The importance of a drip edge is essential to the long term workings of an eavestrough sytem. It keeps the water flowing properly into the eavestrough. Over time the overhanging shingles in the video will curl down and in some areas of this home leak water out behind the eavestroughs. To prevent this some roofing companies leave the shingles extra long, maybe 3 or 4 inches of overhang. However this can interfere with proper eavestrough installation and make the eavestrough difficult to clean out. Also it can interfere with proper leafgaurd performance. Visit www.eavestrough.ca for more information or call our office at 416.615.0443. Our Google Place page: http://g.co/maps/t9xqc