When you think about home renovations, you might not think about replacing the roof. This is an area of the home that delivers curb appeal as it's often one of the first things that people see when they come to the home. You want to have a roof that protects the home while still delivering the appearance that you want. When talking to a roofing company Severn MD offers to home owners, you want to find out what materials should be used on the home that are the easiest to care for but that provide the function that is needed.
One do the things that you can do when remodeling the roof is to add slopes. It can give the home a bit of a cozy appearance and one that makes the home seem older than what it is, a design that some people enjoy looking at instead of a home that has a monotone roof design. Another option is to use a different color on the roof than what is seen on the house. An idea would be a red roof with a sage exterior. The colors will balance each other with the roof being the focal point of the home.
If you have a home with a light exterior, like white or beige, then consider adding a metal roof to the home. Red or blue metal would be ideal for this design. These colors will stand out against the light color of the home. Metal roofs are often more relaxing when it rains as you can listen to the drops as they hit the top of the house. The metal will reflect the sun in the summer, keeping the inside of the home a bit cooler during the hotter months. If you're looking for a classic design, then you can always stick with a shingle roof. However, you want to make sure to check the shingles on a regular basis to ensure that there aren't any that are loose or that have been broken, especially after a storm. The shingles are often easy to replace and usually don't cost as much if you don't need to replace the entire roof.
This method is so simple and easy! So if you have tarnished jewelry either fake or real, this technique work wonders.
Here's my tarnished costume/fake jewelry that has been sitting in my jewelry box for awhile. I'm planning to wear it this weekend so I decided to bring it back to life.
You need: 1 tbsp of baking soda, aluminum foil, bowl, and boiling water.
1. Add a tablespoon of baking soda and a sheet of aluminum foil. Pour enough boiling water to immerse the jewelry.
2. Make sure to move the piece around gently with a wood or plastic utensil to ensure that the surface come in contact with the aluminum foil.
3. Then, rinse the jewelry under tap water and wipe the jewelry gently with an absorbent towel and polish with a soft cloth.
4. You can also blow dry it.
I'm really satisfied with the result!