Stylish Lafayette Roofing Can Restore the Look of Old Homes

An article on the Press-Enterprise website dated August 23, 2013 discusses the developments in Riverside's distinctive Twogood Lane and its immediate neighbors. The region is perhaps best known for its eclectic range of turn-of-the-century homes that have been renovated to fit modern living standards. The article notes that another classic home has been installed next to the area's existing houses, adding to its traditional theme. There's certainly charm in buying a house that bears vintage styling and architecture; there are a lot of such dwellings lying around in California, in fact. Although they look gorgeous and all, most will need…
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How Roofing in Walnut Creek, CA Can Restore the Glory of One of the City’s Historic Gems

The preservation of historic landmarks in a city is one undertaking that should be given more time and effort. The present generation (and succeeding ones) should be given a chance to glimpse the past, which paved the way for the birth of the society they know now. Walnut Creek City officials should consider this in light of an offer made to them by the Lar Rieu family: to restore the estate bequeathed to the city by their ancestor. (more…)
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Solar Roofing in Orinda, CA: Complying with New Energy Efficiency Standards

The Golden State will soon be in the running for another title: most energy-efficient state. According to an article that appeared in the Los Angeles Times, starting on January 1st 2014, California will be enforcing tighter regulations aimed at reducing energy consumption in heating, cooling, and lighting systems. These measures are designed to reduce wasted electricity and natural gas without sacrificing productivity or comfort. (more…)
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Roofing in Danville, CA: How Roofing Contractors Can Help You Weather the Storms

Roofing contractors who operate in counties that are being battered by severe weather conditions can expect their crews to be hard at work this year. The Amarillo Globe-News recently reported that the city building office in Amarillo, Texas issued 2,194 roofing permits this year. This sudden surge in roofing permits comes in the wake of a severe hailstorm which battered the city on May 28th, 2013. (more…)
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Solar Roofing in Concord, CA: Promoting Our Nation’s Energy Security

Across the United States, more than 6,000 operational power plants power the nation's economic, industrial, agricultural, and technological activities. While our nationwide electrical grid is relatively well-developed, America's reliance on transformers and substations exposes it to all sorts of vulnerabilities. Imagine what would happen if transformers and substations across the country came under fire; several well-placed shots could easily pull the plug on various cities and communities. (more…)
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A Mistake That Experts in Roofing in Pleasanton, CA and Elsewhere Should Never Commit

They say that the best things in life are free, but there are exceptions even to such a cliche. One would think that Linda Cox of Calgary is one lucky woman after a roofing company showed up without being asked to, until the roofer begins to tear her brand-new roof apart, shingle by shingle. What must be a dream for some quickly turned into Cox's nightmare after she was left wondering who will pay for the damages to her roof. Horrified, Cox confronted the roofer to understand his motives and had the displeasure of getting cursed at by the man's…
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You’ve Got the Power with Solar Roofing in Walnut Creek, CA

Even the seats of power in the world can help in the demand for sustainable energy. Amiram Barkat of the Globes business website reported that plans to install solar roofing systems atop Israel's Parliament, the Knesset, are in progress for a full activation in 2014. The national utility provider recently allowed in-house generation of electricity that will help trim the power bill. Israel's Mediterranean climate is also the same halfway 'round the world in Walnut Creek, CA. The city's location astride the San Ramon and Ygnacio Valleys makes for high pressure, and temperatures during the summer months are in the…
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Remaking History through Roofing from Orinda, CA Contractors

A pre-Revolutionary War house in York County, PA, will soon have a new luster. Mike Argento of the York Daily Record reported that the Willis house in nearby Manchester Township is now undergoing a reroofing job at the hands of a roofing contractor in Lancaster County. Homeowner Dean Packer said the project has cost him at least $15,000, but it was worth the price because the shingles are the same as the original ones. Residents of Orinda, CA may see the value in reroofing a house that has stood through much of the nation's history and before it. The city…
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Cloudy Deutschland on How Solar Roofing in Danville, CA Can Work Even in Overcasts

Do solar panels work even when there's no direct sunlight? Try asking Germany, which produces 6.5 times more solar energy than the U.S., despite spending most of its year in overcast (a little over two months of sunlight a year). Now, Andrew Curry of Slate Magazine reports that Germany produces enough renewable energy to sustain 22 percent of its energy needs, a quarter of which is solar power. The further solar power technology advances, the more affordable solar panels get. So why is Germany, a really cloudy country, the current world leader in solar energy? If you'll look at Germany…
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Concord, CA Roofing Contractors Advise Tree Maintenance to Reduce After-Storm Expenses

When Eastlake, OH was hit by a storm a few months ago, it left a trail of fallen trees and tangled lines in its wake. As much as they're a property bonus, trees also pose a threat to the property itself, not to mention the roof. Most insurance policies, home or car, cover storm damage (part of the "Acts of God" clause in traditional insurance). However, as WKYC field reporter Jennifer Lindgren reports, not all of the storm-related wrecks are covered. Traditionally, insurance policies don't cover damage as a result of Acts of God or events that can't be controlled…
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