Archive for January 29, 2013

Outdoor garage construction tips

garage construction tips, Outdoor garage If you have a car that keeps lying in front of your house al day and all night, that is subjected to the harsh sun rays, the torrential rains, not to forget the storm and the snow, then its time you made a garage for your beloved car. If there is no ways in which you can make a garage as an extension to your house then opt for an outdoor garage. Here are a few construction tips:
• Make sure that the outdoor garage has its door faced towards the road. This way you can drive out directly to the road instead of spinning it around uselessly. An outdoor garage should be close to your home to make visiting it easier.
• Your garage should be large enough o fit your car as well as other tools and levers that might be necessary for the maintenance of your car.

Tip To Install Insulated Window Gazing

Insulated Window Gazing, home careInsulated window gazing is one of the best ways of staying warm and reducing your heating bills. The ECT maintains that double gazed insulated windows bearing their logo with the B rating practically saves all the heat lost via a single gazed wooden frame window, and thus decreases the heating bill by about 130 pounds every year.

Fiber glass insulation sheets are available also to fit in appropriately between your rafters on the roof to avoid heat escaping through the roof. Care should be taken to insure sure footing during installation and fiber glass skin contact should be avoided. Up gradation of boilers can be done with flame retardant PVC covers and thermal jackets. Using double gazed insulated windows are the best way of keeping your home insulated but these tips also add up in their own ways and helps us get that warm cozy eel during the winters.

Dealing With a Broken Roof

Roof replacement, roof careIf you have a crack or hole or leak on your roof, you should be able to fix it easily yourself by suing the right materials and equipment. Clean out the damaged area by pulling out nails or dusting and chiselling away the dirt and grime and broken edges. Measure the size of the hole or crack and take out sealants of the appropriate amount and out it on the affected area. Pat it down and let it settle down. Put on a second layer and pat it down again and even out edges and make it smooth.

If a shingle is damaged, you need to replace the whole shingle. When you put the replacement shingle, you need to make sure that it’s pushed back properly behind or under the predeceasing one. Hammer the nails through the same holes in the base so that you can make the process as less invasive as possible.