Four Ornamental Shrubs That Will Tolerate Spring Flooding

Posted on: 28 January 2015

If your garden beds flood every spring, and building up the soil levels has not made much of a difference, you don't have to do without shrubs. You just have to choose shrubs that can tolerate this flooding. Here's a look at four ornamental shrubs that will add a splash of greenery to your garden bed, and won't drown when water levels rise in the springtime. Red Chokeberry Red chokeberry bushes are tolerant of wet soils.
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Steps In Flood Water Removal

Posted on: 23 January 2015

Flooding can cause a lot of damage to a home if the water is not removed right away. The longer water sits, the worse the damage can be. If you have had a flood situation occur where you have standing water in your home, you will want to take the proper steps in removal, drying and clean up before you are able to use the area again. Here are some instructions to aid you in the process of flood water restoration.
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Four Types Of Tile Roofing Products That You Can Use On Your New Roof

Posted on: 20 January 2015

If you want to have a roof that will last for decades and not require replacement, slate and tile materials are a great option. These are a durable roofing material that can be installed on your roof and will last for many years. If you have a newer home and are replacing asphalt shingles, you may want to use an alternative like synthetic slate, which is lighter instead of real slate.
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3 Ways To Accidentally Damage Your Roof

Posted on: 16 January 2015

Your roof most likely has a warranty on it that will last for decades but that doesn't mean you don't need to take steps to make sure it remains in good condition. In fact, if you're not careful, you could end up accidentally voiding your warranty and damaging your roof at the same time. Here are 3 ways that you could accidentally cause damage to your roof. Using a Power/Pressure Washer
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