Oak Hill Building & Remodeling

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I see a lot of these fireplace inserts in tv cabinets, there are very manydifferent types. Is there anyway to figure out which ones are better.
Dec 2, 2015
We have installed two SimpliFire electric fireplaces.  One was in built in cabinetry with shelves on both sides and the other one was in a fireplace.  They are very efficient to run and put out great ... read more
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What are the advantages/disadvantages of having asphalt roof shingles applied over my existing roof?
There are two options available for reroofing installations. One would be to tear off the old roof before applying the new one (tear off). The second would be to lay new shingles over the existing roo ... read more

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