Residential Improvement: Should You Choose Fibre Cement For Your Siding?

18 October 2017
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If you are planning on improving your residential siding, there are numerous materials to consider for the project. One of the advantageous choices in the modern market is fibre cement. In general, this product is made by combining fly ash, wood pulp and cement with water. The cement acts as the binder, the fly ash or silica sand is a filler, the wood pulp is the hardener and the water dissolves and activates the materials. Read More 

4 Popular Types of Roof Tiles You Can Use for Your Roof Renewal

14 August 2017
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If you are tired of fixing that leaky residential roof and think that it is time for a replacement, the big question is: what type of roof should you choose for your re-roofing? With so many different types of roofing products available on the construction market, it is quite difficult to determine which product would be best for your roof renewal. If roof tile is one of the options that you have in mind, you should be aware that not all roof tiling is created equal. Read More 

Why You Should Choose Seamless Gutters for Your Roof

18 June 2017
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If you are looking to replace your gutters, one of the initial decisions that you would have to make is whether to install sectional or seamless profiles. Sectional gutters tend to be the staple solution used in residences, as they are quite affordable. These gutters comprise smaller parts that fastened together to form the gutter system, which means they will have joints. Seamless gutters, on the other hand, are constructed on site using a specialised machine. Read More 

Pros of Reroofing Your Home with Corrugated Supplies

5 June 2017
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When some people consider corrugated roofing supplies, they tend to assume this type of roof is only suited for informal applications such as over a carport or a shed. In reality, corrugated roofing supplies have started to become an increasingly popular option over the years for both commercial and residential properties. The reason for this is modern technology has made corrugated roofing supplies more functional, which makes them an ideal investment. Read More 

Avoid These Mistakes When Using Timber Roof Trusses for Your Home

31 May 2017
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If you're having a new home built, you might consider the use of timber roof trusses. These are large beams of wood, often constructed in a triangle shape, which are then typically left exposed. They're used in place of standard roof rafters and studs and offer a rustic or majestic look. If you're thinking of including timber roof trusses in your new home design, note a few mistakes you want to avoid so you know your home will look its best and so you know what's included in their use. Read More