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As a homeowner, you know that keeping your roof in good condition is crucial. Not only does a damaged roof increase the risk of water damage, but it can also be quite costly to fix. One problem that homeowners often encounter is roof blistering. So what is roof blistering, and what are its causes? And more importantly, how can you prevent it? 

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A chimney flue and a fireplace damper are two critical elements of venting and drafting a fireplace. If your chimney's flue is full of creosote, it can result in backfires and toxic gas emissions. Similarly, a broken fireplace damper can make way for foreign objects to enter your home, eventually compromising hygiene and cleanliness. 

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There can be several reasons why you want to replace your roof: your old roof may have gotten rusty, or it might be leaking. Or maybe you just want to change your house's overall look or aesthetics. Deciding to change your rooftop is simple but what is more important is to decide what type of roof is best for your New Jersey home. That's because different roofing materials suit different areas and climates. 

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With winter comes higher precipitation and low-temperature levels, both of which are not good for your masonry chimney. That’s because these elements increase the risk of water damage in your chimneys, mainly when the temperature drops to the lowest levels. As such, homeowners must take necessary measures to protect their chimneys before the storms. 

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The holiday season is here, and we are all so excited to spend time with our loved ones. With the holidays comes winter, and all the festivities like the New Year, Christmas, and more. So, how do you make your holiday parties more fun, cozy, and warm? Or how do you cope with the winter blues? Your fireplace!

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