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How To Fix A Leaky Roof

16th November 2011
When you live in a climate with a lot of rain, it can be useful to know how to fix a leaky roof in an emergency. While it is not advisable to replace your roof or undertake major repairs on your own, some quick tips on how to temporarily stop a leak can ... Read >
Author: Gen Wright

Everything you need to know about polytunnels.

01st August 2011
Polytunnels are very cool structures to add to any expanding garden. To those that even now do not know what a polytunnel is, here's the scoop: Polytunnels are tunnel-like structures manufactured making use of a metal frame as well as a polyethylene roofi... Read >
Author: Mandi Pardley

Comparing Metal Roof With Asbestos Roof

16th June 2011
Among the important construction decisions, one vital area is roofing. A roof provides protection to the building interiors and takes all the eternal pressures of weather conditions. Therefore, it is important to have this constructed with the right mater... Read >
Author: EvaJudge

Mining and Processing of Copper Ore for Export in Nigeria.

18th January 2011
The solid mineral industry in Nigeria is filled with a lot of investment opportunity for interested investors to take position and make good returns on their investments. Copper ore is one of the industrial minerals that have been discovered in Nigeri... Read >
Author: ikedike2002

Benefits of Roof Windows

29th October 2010
You might be tempted to think that they are designed to help you jump out incase of a fire but roof windows are in fact designed to allow more light and aeration inside the house. They can be either opened manually or through the use of a motorized operat... Read >
Author: Andrea Warren

Flat Roof Shed Plans Are Fast, Easy, And Cheap To Build

16th July 2010
With so many storage shed plans to pick from, how do you know which one is the best for you? I remember just a few years ago, everyone's storage buildings looked somewhat the same. Most were made of wood, usually square, and had a door. People didn't put ... Read >
Author: Michael Paul

The Advantages of Yurts

16th October 2009
It's probably best to get this out the way: Yurts do have disadvantages. The first disadvantage is their price; a decent yurt can set you back as much as £3000. The second disadvantage is that they are generally larger and bulkier to transport than a ten... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Caring your flat roof for your protection

10th November 2008
The roof is a vital part of our house. It serves as a protection against heat, rain, and other weather disturbances. We should not take this thing for granted instead consider proper ways to maintain our flat roof, which is a common preference in Ontario.... Read >
Author: bravo seo
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