Roofing

New England Contractors: Are Your Ready for the Spring Crunch?
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New England Contractors: Are Your Ready for the Spring Crunch?

The Journal of Light Construction talks the region's blizzard and pending flurry... Read more

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Get Ready for the Snowmageddon Meltdown

Winter Weary Contractors Look Toward Bountiful Spring Read more

It's a Bird. It's a Plane. It's a ... Remodeling Drone?
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It's a Bird. It's a Plane. It's a ... Remodeling Drone?

Find out how a Baltimore area firm is using unmanned aerial vehicles on their job... Read more

IBS/KBIS 2015: Day 3 Product Finds
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IBS/KBIS 2015: Day 3 Product Finds

Editors Lauren Hunter, Laura McNulty, and Craig Webb wrap up their time on the... Read more

Tags: Engineered Wood, Framing, Shower, Appliances, Kitchen
IBS/KBIS 2015: Day 2 Product Picks
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IBS/KBIS 2015: Day 2 Product Picks

Editors Lauren Hunter, Laura McNulty, and Tim Regan push farther into the show... Read more

Tags: Decking, Fencing and Railing, Appliances, Kitchen, Bath
Place 'Your Name Here' With MFM Co-Branding Initiative
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Place 'Your Name Here' With MFM Co-Branding Initiative

Roofing underlayments can feature your company logo and other info for all to see Read more

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Roof Flashing Mistakes to Avoid

No matter what the age of a building there is one simple universal truth: Water is a building's worst enemy. One of the most common places for water to penetrate a building? The roof. Here's how to make sure you flash a roof right so water doesn't get in. Read more

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20 Products You Might Not Know Are Made in the USA 20 Products You Might Not Know Are Made in the USA

Using combinations of local materials and local labor, many products you use are made right here in the States. Read more

Homeowners Seeking ‘Last Roof’ Drive Metal Sales
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Homeowners Seeking ‘Last Roof’ Drive Metal Sales

After a lull brought on by the recession, the growth of metal roofing seems set to... Read more

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Bad Roof Installations Offer Benefits—for Other Contractors

When roofing contractors screw up, two things happen: the industry gets a bad name and competent contractors get more work. REPLACEMENT CONTRACTOR blogger Mike Damora knows—he sees it all the time. Read more

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