Three Frequently Asked Quetions About Waterproofing

If you recently made the investment of purchasing your first home, you may not be sure of the various steps that you will need to take to protect it against the more routine threats that it will face. In particular, it can be common for new homeowners to overlook the benefits of waterproofing the basement, and if this is something you have not considered, you may benefit from having the following few waterproofing questions answered. Read More 

3 Ideas To Help Address Problem Areas To Reduce Roof Repairs

With any roof, one of the problems that you are likely to face is leaks. The leaks on your roof happen in typical places, such as where there is flashing or changes in angles on the roof design. If you want to prevent problems and repairs, you may want to consider improvements like adding an underlayment below flashing or installing a small water diverter to keep water away from problem areas of your roof. Read More 

3 Simple Ideas To Deal With A Storm Damaged Roof Before Repairs Can Be Done

Summer storms can cause a lot of damage to your home's roof. Depending on how severe the damage is, you may need to deal with and prevent leaks while waiting for a roofer to come and do the repairs. Here are some ideas to help prevent roof leaks until a roofing contractor can get to your home and repair the damage: 1. Fastening A Tarp To Cover Large Sections Of Roof Damage Read More 

Restored To Perfection: 3 Tips To Properly Polish Your Vintage Plane

If you're in the process of restoring a vintage airplane, you're going to need to keep it looking pristine once you're done. You don't want to spend your time and energy restoring it just to end up with a lackluster shine. Your vintage plane is going to need routine cleaning and polishing. To provide the most resilient shine, it's important that you follow a few simple steps. These steps will ensure that you don't harm your plane while you're trying to polish it. Read More 

How To Get Started Restoring Your Families Historic Bed-Stuy Brownstone

If you have inherited a brownstone in Bed-Stuy, then you understand the temptation to sell. There are agents who advertise finder's fees of twenty thousand dollars to people if they are able to find a family willing to sell their home. However, you don't have to sell, take the money, and flee Brooklyn. Many families are staying in the neighborhood. If you have decided to stay, you should consider restoring the brownstone to its full glory. Read More