Clogged Gutters Can Turn Into Mold

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Mold, that funky green and or black gunk that attaches itself to all available surfaces given the right conditions; those conditions are moisture and lack of light.  Mold will invade these areas and continually thrive if allowed the opportunity.  Mold will deteriorate the surface it attaches itself to by incorporating itself within the material of that surface.  Whether that surface is on the ground (driveways, sidewalks, parked cars, furniture and even the ground itself) or on the house (outside and ...

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Fascia Board Rotting

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Fascia, or fascia boards, are part of a house that few people pay any attention to until it becomes acutely visible and an expensive problem to solve.

On 99% of houses, the outside edge of a roof ends and the outside walls begin.  The commonly angled slope of a roof ends and a vertical section of material, usually 6-10 inches in width, where gutters are hung, finish out the look of the roof and the fascia in turn is connected to ...

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