On January 10, 2018

Dallas Housing Market Predicted to be One of the Hottest in 2018

According to Realtor.com’s newly released predications for 2018 there are two cities we should be watching – Las Vegas, and Dallas. The report went on to say that the Dallas, Ft. Worth area should see about a 6 percent increase in home sales, and a 5.57 percent hike in median home prices – two numbers
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On January 10, 2018

Thinking of Moving to Dallas? Here are Three Reasons You Should

Dallas has been called a thriving metropolitan area with access to arts, entertainment, sporting events, and a growing economy. For that reason, many people have already relocated to Dallas, making it the U.S. News 15th best place to live. So if you are thinking of moving to Dallas, here are three reasons you should:  
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On December 23, 2017

Five Types of Mold and 11 Symptoms of Mold Sickness

Ritchie Shoemaker, MD, author of Surviving Mold: Life in the Era of Dangerous Buildings, defines Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome as: “an acute and chronic, systemic inflammatory response acquired following exposure to the interior environment of a water-damaged building with resident toxigenic organisms, including, but not limited to fungi, bacteria, actinomycetes, and Mycobacterium as well as
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On December 22, 2017

Giving Thanks To Your Roof

It’s that time of year again and we are all feeling a little lighter, more grateful, and yes, more thankful. Chances are, we’ve also told those that we love that we are grateful for their presence in our lives and the joy they bring to us. No doubt we are grateful for more than just
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On October 30, 2017

Tesla’s Philanthropic Side

Most people probably associate Elon Musk with an unreachable ideal – electrics cars that most of us can’t afford, a solar roofing system that seems inconceivable – and equally beyond our financial capacity –and the desire to make space travel a real possibility. But for all of Elon Musk’s disruptive ideas – he has often
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On October 24, 2017

Does Your Commercial Roofing Contractor Have the Right Insurance? What You Should Know

One of the biggest challenges in commercial roofing is not just the roofing itself – it’s the risk involved. Let’s say, for example, you are replacing the roof on an accounting office, where there are thousands of dollars of equipment that could be damaged should something like a water leak happen. Not to mention the
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On October 24, 2017

Got a Commercial Roof? Five Things You Need To Know

Commercial roofs are different from residential roofs in many ways, and knowing about typical residential roofing systems won’t help much when it comes to a commercial roof. For one thing, they are often not the same material. Residential roofs are frequently comprised of asphalt shingles, whereas commercial roof materials can be made from rubber, composite,
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On October 12, 2017

Tesla’s Solar Roof: Three Things You Should Know

With Tesla releasing its online cost calculator, homeowners now have a sense of what a new Tesla Solar Roof would cost. However, here are three things you should know about that calculation. 1. Tesla’s Calculator Does Not Overestimate Tax Incentives Solar roof tax incentives are designed to be used for solar roofs and solar panels,
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On October 11, 2017

Tesla’s New Solar Roof Gets a Price

Tesla has created some serious buzz with its cars, and its new solar roof. But for many homeowners, the question remains: How affordable are these roofs? As of August of this year, that question has been answered. Tesla now has an online calculator on its website where customers can get an estimate for their roof.
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On October 9, 2017

Life After Disaster: Three Things Public Adjusters Want You To Know

After the initial shock, devastation, and reaction to a natural disaster, there is life after the disaster. For many people, that means recovering their losses, repairing their homes – sometimes even finding new ones – and putting their lives back together. The process can be long, arduous, and exhausting. To make things easier, here are
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