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Your roof plays a key role in your home’s value as it protects it from the elements and offers insulation from hot or cold air.

When you are building a house, you may have the option of a pitched or flat roof but you may have no idea which option is better.

There are five main reasons why a pitched roof is the better option, even though they are often more expensive than flat roofs.

http://tricountyexteriors.com/pitched-roof-flat-roof-better/
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Modern Kitchens for Today’s Busy Lifestyle
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Metal roofs have grown in popularity over the last few years. Metal roofs are most popular among peple in their 20s and 30s as well as those who are building or purchasing homes valued at $100,000 or more. Some of the reasons metal roofs are so popular may actually surprise you.
http://tricountyexteriors.com/metal-roofs-become-popular-need-know/
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The 9-to-5er's Guide to Keeping Your House Clean
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According to the American Red Cross, the frequency of house fires increases in the fall and winter. December and January are the months when residential fires occur the most often. In fact, the average person will deal with at least five fires in their lifetime. While most fires in the home are small and easily contained, they still cost over $7 billion each year in property damage. The good news is that most household fires are preventable. To help protect your home from fire, follow these simple tips.
http://tricountyexteriors.com/6-common-household-things-can-spark-dangerous-house-fires/
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Winter weather has arrived, and you may have noticed you have some roofing problems. You may have missing shingles or leaks may have appeared in your attic. Now you may be asking yourself “can you replace a roof in the winter.” The answer to that question…
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