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What Would Happen If Your Bay Area Rain Gutters Failed?

When Bay Area gutter installation or maintenance processes “go wrong,” disaster ensues. Read the rest of this entry »

Solar Tiles and Shingles: The Solution to Your East Bay Area Energy Needs?

Could the strategic purchase and deployment of East Bay solar tiles radically chop down your energy bill and give you peace of mind? Read the rest of this entry »

How Much Money Will Solar Save Me Every Month?

Whether you're a penny-pinched homeowner desperate to save money on your electricity bill, or you're a Bay Area business owner looking to build equity in your building and slash costs, you're considering the “solar tile route.” Read the rest of this entry »

New Roof Versus Overlaying the Second Roof: Which is the Better Choice?

Perhaps your roof got damaged months ago in a winter storm, or maybe the years have simply taken its toll on your roof, resulting in leaks and discoloration and who knows what other damage. So what should you do? Overlay your current roof or get a new roof? Read the rest of this entry »

Get Off That Couch and Go Clean Those Gutters!

The time to clean your gutters is now. Just 15 to 20 minutes of maintenance can help you side step extremely expensive home repairs down the line and protect your most precious material investment against the ravages of water damage, mold, structural instability, infestations, and so forth. Read the rest of this entry »

Why it is Important to Ventilate your Attic and Roof

Proper roof and attic ventilation is essential, or at least so you have been told. But you may not grasp just how important it can be. Read the rest of this entry »

4 Glaring Signs That It Might Be High Time for a New Roof

Here are 4 wildly obvious signs that would indicate that it’s about time that you got off that couch and called a professional: Read the rest of this entry »

Is Your Roof Prepared For (And Protected From) Bad Winter Weather?

-Old Man Winter Is Going To Huff And Puff On Your Roof: Are You Prepared For (And Protected From) Bad Winter Weather? Read the rest of this entry »

How to Check Your Roof for Leaks before the Rainy Season

Whether you expect monsoon-like thunderstorms to drench your home, condominium, or business, or you expect relatively light rainfall but worry because you live in an older home, you want a systematic way to check your roof for leaks before all the action begins. Read the rest of this entry »

San Francisco shows what ‘going green’ really means

San Francisco, with a 72% recycling rate and a goal of zero waste to landfill by 2020, is being called one of the 'greenest cities' in the U.S. Jared Blumenfeld, director of the department of the environment talks about some of the projects, including an interactive map that helps users understand their carbon footprint and a solar mashup that enables citizens to price out the cost of installing solar on building rooftops. Read the rest of this entry »