Social media is a big part of how people network these days – and Lone-Star Roof Systems is moving forward with our networking too. We are on Pinterest! For those who aren’t yet aware of Pinterest, it is a membership-based site much like Facebook or Twitter, but Pinterest is all about pictures! We pin pictures of […]
Today I would like to begin a short series of blogs related to Holmes on Homes, a show on HGTV. Holmes on Homes is a show that goes into homes where contracting or construction work has been done poorly and corrects the issues that the poor work has created. Holmes is a general
Contracts are confusing and sometimes scary things. Often, modern contracts will befuddle even the most levelheaded of shoppers. But it is important to keep in mind that contracts were originally made to protect the consumer, and they still serve that purpose today.
Here at Lone-Star Roof systems we enjoy HGTV’s Green Home series. This year, HGTV’s Green Home used a standing seam metal roofing product. Why? Metal is an extremely eco-friendly option for roofs. The material lasts for a lifetime! When you install a metal roof, the expectation is that you will never have to replace it.
Recently we have done several posts about how to improve energy efficiency in your home. One new product that can help with “going green” is soy-based insulation. There has been a lot of hype from different companies about this product and sometimes all that information can be confusing. Allow me to explain this product
As the HGTV website says, the Green Home 2012 has an “energy star rated, 5-V crimp sheet steel roof, chosen for its durability, longevity and ability to reflect sunlight.” Durability and longevity are two major advantages of metal roofs over other materials such as composite shingle. When you install a metal roof on your home
The HGTV 2012 Dream Home rises from the rolling hills outside Park City, Utah as a beautiful piece of architecture while still reflecting the natural beauty of its setting. Formal walled gardens of ornamental grasses and custom corrugated steel accents on the roof tie the home into the meadows below and the sky above. You