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Tips to Prepare Your Home for Monsoon Season

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Your roof is likely to take a beating over the monsoon season, so make sure it’s in top shape before the season hits; if part of your roof fails, it’s going to cost you much, much more to fix the damage than it would to avert that damage in the first place. 

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Hazards of DIY Gutter Cleaning

Leave Your Gutter Cleaning to the Experts at First Quality Roofing & Insulation

Clogged gutters can turn into a nightmare before you know it. All it takes is a little leaves and rain to create a blockage that can lead to damages that impact your gutters, roof and even the inside of your home. Proper gutter cleaning is one of the best ways you can preserve the integrity of your exterior. Unfortunately, attempting to clean the gutters yourself can also lead to damages to your own health. Before you get into your gutters, consider these common hazards.

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Don't Overlook Insulating Your Shed or Workshop

At First Quality Roofing & Insulation, we know just how vital good insulation is in preserving the comfort of your home. Our customers understand this importance too, which is why it’s no surprise that many Las Vegas homeowners make serious considerations before determining which type and thickness of insulation they put in their attics.

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8 Pro Tips to Maximize Your Bathroom Ventilation

When it comes to bathroom design, most people think about fixtures, faucets, paint, and mirrors. However, one of the most important -- and most overlooked -- elements of bathroom design is ventilation. 

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Keys to a Stylish and Functional Bathroom Design

A bathroom is an essential room in every house, whether it is big or small. There are many bathroom trends and designs that attract homeowners. It is vital to keep a few key details in mind before you decide to remodel. Here are some simple rules that can assist you in turning your bathroom from drab to fab:

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Shrubs Never to Plant in Your Yard and What You Should Plant Instead

Shrubs can be used to add beauty and privacy to your yard. They should look great year-round and be easy to maintain with a bit of pruning. When you are planting shrubs, it is always important to consider the type you are planting. Some shrubs can be a problem to deal with or may not grow well in Las Vegas. Here are the 5 types of problematic shrubs you should avoid planting in your yard – and some alternatives that grow well in Las Vegas:

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Things to Consider When Buying a House to Flip

Buying a “fixer upper” is a great way to get nice house at a good price. But unless you have a lot of experience in renovating houses, it is easy to misjudge the situation and end up in over your head. If you’re looking to buy a house to flip, here are the top four things you’ll want to keep in mind.

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Earth Day Every Day: 7 Simple Ways to Shrink Your Carbon Footprint

7 ways to reduce your carbon footprint

It's no secret that our planet could use a little TLC. Global warming, which is caused in part by human-created carbon emissions, is causing extreme weather conditions, melting polar ice caps, rising sea levels, and the disruption of the natural habitats of many species of animals. 

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Safety Tips to Follow During a Power Outage

Power outages are never convenient, and they can happen at any time of the day or night. Weather, power surges and widespread power outages can result in a loss of power to your home for hours, even days. Do you know how to responsibly handle this problem?

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The New Homeowner's Guide to Insulation

As a first-time homeowner, there’s a lot to learn about your house. The little things you never thought about can become some of the most important factors in determining your comfort, the health of your home and its value. One of the most critical, yet commonly overlooked, elements is insulation.

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