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Christmas is just around the corner, and that could mean a reindeer sleigh on your housetop soon.  If you're thinking that you would rather have Santa land in the front yard then barrel his way onto your roof, then perhaps it is time to start thinking about a new roof.

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image - cityhomesinspection.com Finding out many things about home inspection can be shocking, but how many of these things are actually true? Taking a look into the eyes of an inspector, you're able to see that a lot of what you hear is actually a myth compared to the truth about home inspections.

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Often people rush into home remodeling projects, but quite honestly, they do the same when it comes to buying homeowners' insurance as well.   If you're policy-shopping, don't make the mistake of jumping into whatever is looking good at the time without actually going through all of the information.

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A lot of people are now looking for ways to add resale value to their homes. You can update the kitchen, make the deck or patio more livable or just enhance the living experience throughout the home while also being able to make some type of return on your investment.

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The gutter and roofing system on your home are designed to catch and then redirect the snow and rain away from your home's structure in order to keep the foundation and walls safe from moisture and water damage.

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Gutters are one of the most important parts of your home.  Are your gutters in good shape?  The gutters must be able to properly direct water away from the structure of your home, preventing the water from making its way inside.

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If you are thinking of the right roof type but do not want to have to replace your roof every ten to fifteen years, then you might want to cross asphalt off the list. It is a popular choice for many homeowners since it is relatively economical compared to other types of roofing materials.

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If you've ever previously hired a contractor to work on something in our around your home, you know that having a trusting relationship  is an essential component to safely work with them.

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When it comes to going green, a lot of families are choosing to recycle materials in their homes, limiting the amount of waste they produce and buying food and other items locally and organically. And property owners are considering eco-friendly materials when building and remodeling.

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If you have home improvement projects, the fall is the best time to tackle them and get them done. Going over the outside areas of your home, such as the exterior trim, is a good place to start.

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