Pros And Cons Of Rolled Roofing

Rolled roofing, or asphalt rolled roofing, is made from long strips of asphalt, instead of the individual shingles. The strips of asphalt are made of the same material, except it is an easier, more efficient way to lay the roofing. There are also alternatives to asphalt strips for rolled roofing, including saturated felt, though it is usually an underlayment and combined with asphalt strips. There is also a standalone rolled roofing material called mineral-surfaced roll roof. [Read More]

3 Reasons To Consider Reroofing Instead Of Replacing Your Roof

The practice of constructing a new roof over your existing roof, instead of removing the first layer and completely replacing it, is sometimes known as reroofing. While reroofing is not always the appropriate choice, there are times when it is a better choice than completely replacing the roof. As long as the underlying structure of the roof is sound, reroofing can have some distinct benefits. Check out a few of the reasons why reroofing might be the best option for you. [Read More]

Tips for Remodeling With Vintage-Style Kitchen Cabinets

The inevitable truth in both fashion and home decoration is that anything that goes out of style will eventually come back into fashion again. Right now, vintage-style kitchens given a modern, sleeker renovation are gaining popularity as an alternative to other trendy designs. As one of the more obvious fixtures in your kitchen, cabinets can set the tone for the whole room. These are four tips to help you remodel your kitchen cabinets in a vintage style while still incorporating more modern elements and sensibilities. [Read More]

5 Ways To Repurpose Your Old Garage Doors

Did you just get garage door repair? Do you have old garage doors you are about to throw away? Are you interested in seeing what your old wooden garage doors could do? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you are probably looking to repurpose your old garage doors. Don't throw them away! Old garage doors could be recycled as material for new projects, tables, cabinets, pictures frames, etc. [Read More]