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One of the first things that I did when I moved into my new home was start looking into my options for solar power. I’m a big believer in reducing dependence on natural resources that are unsustainable, and one of the best ways to do that is by using natural resources that are sustainable, like sunlight. I was thrilled to have my own home that I could customize with solar power. I found that there were all kinds of options for solar power besides those big clunky solar panels. I eventually settled on solar shingles for my roof, and I’m looking into solar powered windows, too. I started this blog to share more information about solar trends with people who are as interested in sustainable energy as I am. I hope to help you understand how contractors can help with these large projects!

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2 Reasons To Go With A Metal Roof
15 May 2019

If it is time to replace your roof, you are probab

After The Storm: 3 Signs That Your Shingled Roof Suffered Hail Damage
28 March 2019

Frequent, volatile weather systems affecting the U

Just Got a New Roof? How to Take Better Care of It
12 February 2019

If you just put thousands of dollars into getting

Stick-Built: Your Best Option For A Custom Home
28 December 2018

Purchasing a new home is one of the biggest decisi

Signs It's Time To Have Your Business's Parking Lot Repaved
1 October 2018

If your parking lot is starting to look a little w

2 Reasons To Go With A Metal Roof

If it is time to replace your roof, you are probably thinking about all the different choices you have out there. You want to make sure that you get the right kind of roof for your house. One of the things that you might consider using is a metal roof. Most metal roofs are made out of aluminum or zinc, although you could go with a full copper roof or just add copper accents to your roof. Read More 

After The Storm: 3 Signs That Your Shingled Roof Suffered Hail Damage

Frequent, volatile weather systems affecting the United States has led meteorologists to coin terms such as "bomb cyclones" and "bombogenesis," as well as many others. While the names can be both frightening and amusing, the powerful storms they represent are not funny. Often these storms are particularly violent due to the clash of warm and cold air in the upper atmosphere that can result in the creation of a hailstorm.  While most storms of this nature produce small diameter hail that rarely does damage, those that produce large hailstones can inflict serious damage to residential shingled roofs, as well as some types of roofing materials. Read More 

Just Got a New Roof? How to Take Better Care of It

If you just put thousands of dollars into getting a new roof on your house, the last thing that you want to deal with is running into some sort of issue with it later on. So, what are a few things that you can do to ensure that your roof lasts for a long time? This article will take a closer look at a few specific things that you can do. Read More 

Stick-Built: Your Best Option For A Custom Home

Purchasing a new home is one of the biggest decisions that you will make. The layout and design of the home will impact the day-to-day lives of your family for many years to come. Many families opt to invest in a custom home builder to ensure they have access to the features they desire. There has been some debate over the benefits of manufactured homes in recent years. These pre-fabricated residences are often an affordable way to enjoy a brand new home. Read More 

Building A Home? 3 Benefits Of Drilling A Private Well For Water

From having the features and amenities you want to living in the location you need, building a home can be a great decision for you, your family, and your budget. Unfortunately, the process of building a new home can be time-consuming and tedious. Not only will you need to select a floor plan, paint colors, and various types of flooring, but you will also need to determine the best HVAC, electrical, and plumbing options for your new home. Read More