Alameda Structural

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The fireplace in our home has hairline cracks running through it. I have not used it in three years now. When our home was built we did not have gas logs
Oct 17, 2014
For a great number of years, I was a mason and chimney sweep before rolling out to full bathroom and ktichen remodeling.  It still is my first love.  Please have a certified, licenced chimney sweep ou ... read more
Can vinyl shutters be painted? We have some shutters that were black but have since become very faded.
Jun 9, 2014
Yes, you can paint vinyl shutters. First make sure they are throughly clean and dry. Then is they are glossy give them a light skuff up with a scotch bright pad or fine sandpaper. Finally I would reco ... read more

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