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Windows with built in blinds

You might have seen windows with blinds inside of them in some new homes or remodels. Blinds outside the glass have traditionally been the way to go for most homes. But is there any advantage to having blinds inside the glass?

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Are roof shingles waterproof?

Shingles are used on just about every residential roof in Oklahoma, and they’re used for good reasons. They’re durable, customizable, and come in an array of colors and types.

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Can garage doors be painted?

Maybe you have a garage door that’s structurally sound, but you’d like it to look different. Maybe you’re painting the rest of the house. Or maybe you want some sort of design. Regardless, you’re wondering if you have to buy a new garage door or if you can just paint yours.

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Leaks where roof meets siding

If you’ve ever had a leak occur where your roof meets your siding, it may have caused all sorts of problems. It can cause mold, collapse dry wall, and stain inside your house.

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Can siding be recycled?

If you’re having the siding on your home or commercial building replaced, you may be wondering what happens to all that siding. Does it get thrown away? Does it get recycled?

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Can roof shingles be cleaned?

If you’ve ever rented a power washer, you know it does an amazing job cleaning concrete, wood, and other materials. You may have even been tempted to clean your roof with it.

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Can windows be resealed?

If you’ve ever had problems with a window seal and then priced new windows, you may have wondered if you can just reseal them instead to save money.

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How many vents are needed on a roof?

If you went to a new car dealership and you bought a car or truck with a gasoline engine, would you then go down the street and put diesel fuel into the tank? No, that would void the warranty and then it wouldn’t work as intended!

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Can gutters be too small?

There are many situations in which you should consider replacing your gutters. If they’re falling down, lower in the middle than on the ends, or sticking out away from the house, then they’re damaged and need to be replaced.

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Are roof inspections free?

Depending on what type of roof inspection you are considering, it may be free or it may not. Let’s look at who does inspections, which are free and which aren’t, and what roof inspectors look for.

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