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On brick, stucco, or stone home exteriors, climbing vines can produce a pleasing appearance that unifies the look of the landscape and softens the edges of the home. The problem with this approach is that many of these plants, such as Virginia creeper or English Ivy, pull the lime out of the mortar, creating entry points for water. Vines also hold moisture against walls, which can seriously damage wood clapboards by slowing their ability to dry out after a rain and promoting rot. The vines can a...
Published by Daniel Snyder 80 months ago in Exterior Siding | +4 votes | 0 comments
Aluminum wire was used to wire new homes from the late 1960s through the early 1970s. This was a time when the cost of Copper was at an all time high and home builders, electricians, and home buyers were looking for a way to save money on electrical. Besides being less expensive, aluminum had other appealing characteristics. For one thing it had a much higher conductivity to weight ratio than copper wire did. Conductivity, for those of you who may have forgotten what you learned in high school p...
Published by Jerry Walch 86 months ago in Exterior Siding | +8 votes | 3 comments
If youÂ’re like me, then you have little to no understanding of installation, but you do want to save every bit of money and energy that you can in this economy. Within the last two weeks I have come a long way and found out how to install my own installation in the attic and garage, and how to choose the best insulation for your needs.
Published by Danny Hauger 91 months ago in Exterior Siding | +1 votes | 0 comments
How to select vinyl siding for your new remodeling project or new construction.
Published by Daniel Snyder 95 months ago in Exterior Siding | +13 votes | 5 comments
Repairing siding on your home, you will need to follow these special construction guidelines.
Published by TracyAnn 97 months ago in Exterior Siding | +2 votes | 0 comments
This tells you how to apply stucco as the siding of a building.
Published by John Carter 111 months ago in Exterior Siding | +4 votes | 1 comments
This tells you how to apply stucco as the siding of a building.
Published by John Carter 247 months ago in Exterior Siding | +0 votes | 0 comments
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#1 - Daniel Snyder
#2 - TracyAnn
#3 - Jerry Walch
#4 - Bob Worthington
#5 - John Carter
#6 - Danny Hauger