Why You Should Use Prefabricated Roof Truss Bracing

Posted on: 23 June 2017

Manufacturers are now making bracing products that can be used during the installation of roof or floor trusses in buildings. Those prefabricated bracing products have numerous advantages over traditional bracing systems. This article discusses why you should hire a roofing contractor who uses these prefabricated bracing systems. Greater Accuracy Contractors have to be very careful when they are installing roof or floor trusses so that they space them in accordance with the engineering specifications.
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Why Choose a Timber Frame For Your New Home?

Posted on: 25 May 2017

A timber-framed home doesn't refer to one that is just built with wood; most homebuilders use wood studs and joists for the house's frame, but those homes are called stick-built. Timber frames refer to frames that are made with large, dense beams rather than standard studs and joists. These timber beams are typically rounded so they look very natural and rustic, and then stained or shellacked for a nice shine, and are left exposed after construction.
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Answering Your Questions About Commercial Roof Repair and Replacement

Posted on: 17 May 2017

When you own a commercial building of any sort, you need to ensure it's in good repair at all times, and this includes the roof. A building's roof helps to insulate the interior, so that less heating and air conditioning escape throughout the winter and summer seasons; the roof also provides structural support to the building, so it should always be strong and well-maintained. Note a few questions you might have about commercial roof repair and replacement so you can discuss your options for this work with a roofing contractor as needed.
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Dispelling Some Common Myths About Roofing Storm Damage

Posted on: 24 April 2017

After any strong storm, and especially after a long season of repeated storms, it's good to have your home's roof inspected for damage. This will ensure that you can have that damage repaired before it gets worse, and ensure you protect your home from water leaks. Note a few myths about roofing storm damage so you know to have your home's roof inspected properly and what's involved in fixing the damage.
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