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Snow on a roof can be a major problem. Roof snow removal will protect your roof from excessive weight build-up. If the snow is wet, the weight of roof snow can be thousands of pounds. Snow roof ice is even a greater hazard.

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Vinyl siding is a fascinating building material. Vinyl siding colors are available in a wide range of colors to match your decor. Vinyl siding installation may not be as easy as it appears.

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A tin roof can last a lifetime. Tin roofing is extremely weather resistant when the tin roof installation is done properly. The tin roof must be painted regularly to keep the roof in shape.

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Slate is great for flooring. Slate tile appears to be random in size and placement, but the slate flooring pattern does repeat. Natural slate is set in a mix of silica sand and Portland cement.

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A snowblower can save your back. When Mother Nature drops snow, snowblowers can made the chore of cleaning your driveway almost fun! Discover some of the features of a John Deere Snowblower in this video.

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Pavers are a great building material for a patio. A concrete paver differs slightly from brick pavers. Paver installation can be done with sand or mortar on a concrete slab.

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Metal roofing is a great roofing material. A metal roof can last for 100-years. There are many types of sheet metal roofing including standing seam metal roof and corrugated metal roofing. The metal roof cost is higher then a shingle type roof, but will outlast a shingle roof several times over.

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A screen porch will allow enjoyment of the outdoors without bugs. Careful planing is required when doing your screened porch. Discovery how to screen a porch and make sure it is the right size.

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Limestone is very common in the Cincinnati area. Limestone rock is used in many foundations. Some Indiana limestone has been used on facades in Washington, DC. Mammoth Cave is a great example of limestone caves.

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Gutter ice happens when the temperature is freezing or below. Ice in gutters builds as the water hits the cold metal gutters. As additional water flows into the gutter, a gutter ice dam can form.

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