Hiring the right contractor to avoid these 11 common roof problems

May 28 2020

A home’s roof is one of its most important parts. Aside from being highly visible, the roof protects the home and its contents from the elements. When things are in good shape, a roof keeps the home cooler during the summer, warmer in winter, and dry on rainy days.

However, a damaged roof may lead to serious issues, additional damage, and unnecessary exposure to harsh weather. Because of these risks, it’s important to hire a qualified roofer to address these repairs as soon as possible. Here are 11 costly and dangerous mistakes homeowners can avoid by hiring an experienced roofing contractor.

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A Common Currency: How will a cashless society change our holiday experience?

Apr 22 2020

Back in the day, the usual process to follow through while going abroad was to pop out to your bank or local travel agent before your trip to exchange a certain amount of money into the currency of the country you were travelling to or to take out traveller checks. However, with the introduction of smartphone paying apps and wireless payment cards, common currency is quickly becoming the norm.

Backed by banks who now offer plenty of great exchange rates while you simply travel abroad and use your card or wireless payment platform as standard, how is this affecting the holiday experience? In today’s post, we’re going to detail everything you need to know!

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Things you need to consider when moving abroad with children

Mar 21 2020

Migrating from one country to another can be a challenge at the best of times. But if you’re bringing children along for the ride, then the upheaval can be even more dramatic. You’ll need to think about a whole range of factors, and you’ll need to explain what’s going to happen to your children. The latter process, of course, can range from confusing to outright traumatic.

So, what should prospective expats be thinking about before taking their children abroad? Let’s run through a few of the more pressing questions.

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