I see what they want. I am assuming they are considering the damage significant enough to cause structural damage or to affect the value of the ho...
I will start off by saying I have no experience with slate roofs, typical ashphalt shingle roofs are vented at the eaves and at the ridge and of co...
vinyl is pretty much the way to go. I've been around the building industry for as long as I can remember and I can never recall chalking vinyl sid...
the problem could be clogging or you say they are smaller which also could be the problem. what is the width of the gutter? if the width is not en...
I would say that isnt acceptable at all actually. Unless there is a massive windstorm and lots of snow there should be that amount of anything in t...
andersons I think are overpriced and overrated as well, check out local wholesale companies in your area and look for say certainteed or eve weathe...
if you are going to fill a new home with windows buy the best you can afford do not go cheap you will regret it later. A good window like certaint...
usually metal studs are used in commercial construction and not for home. The downfall is that you still have to use wood around the door ways, yo...
Since you are in an uncommon climate I would suggest consulting a local roofing company and see what they reccommend. I know this isnt much help f...
a diagram may be hard to find. If you are looking for one I might suggest going by home depot they usually have some sort of workshop going on that...
yeah I would say negotiate, it can't hurt to put in a low bid, make sure your realtor is an aggressive one and works for you to get your low price,...
yeah I see what you mean, hopefully whatever decision you make turns out to be the right one and you arent the guinea pig on the "standarization" p...
I would look into certainteed windows www.certainteed.com , I have installed many of those with great success and I use them personally in my own ...
I would say yes on the sheathing if you have the budget for it. If the stuff underneath is fine then use it, it holds up fine and provides a touch...
this could be more trouble than it's worth, check out a local seamless gutter installer and see what they would charge for a whole new gutter syste...
good call on the cats paw they work well too just not as fast, and you might wear yourself out
I've never heard of them, and I've been around the construction industry since day one, look into http:// www.certainteed.com they make great wind...