Shook & Waller Construction

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what is the best way to keep flying insects (wasp, bees, hornets) from entering your roof eaves vents? There's screen but not small enough to keep them out.
Apr 4, 2016
Here is an interesting take on the situation that I got out of the real estate section of the New York Times.http://www.nytimes.com/2003/03/23/realestate/your-home-eliminating-wasps-and-their-nests.ht ... 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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