Preparing Yourself And Your Property For A Home Siding Replacement Project

Do you have a beautifully landscaped yard, including the areas directly around the home? All of the work, time and money you put into keeping your landscaping looking great can make things a little more complicated when it comes time to install replacement siding. Here, you'll find a few tips that'll help to protect your landscaping during a home siding replacement job. You know that your plants are going to be larger the longer into the spring season you wait to get the project started. Read More 

Two Great Reasons To Let A Professional Clean Your Roof

When you think about maintaining your home, cleaning the roof might not be the first thing that comes to mind. Taking care of the yard is a must, and there are so many interior systems to care for that it's easy for the roof to get lost in the fray. Nevertheless, letting a professional roofer clean your roof offers substantial benefits that you should really think about. Listed below are some of the top reasons why you should schedule a roof cleaning today. Read More 

What Type Of Roof Do I Need On The Coast?

If you are building a home by the coast, the type of roofs you may want to install might be different than what roofs you would want if you were building your home. With the right roof, you won't have to worry as much about roof maintenance alongside the coast.  Slate Slate roofs can have a very long lifespan and do not require a lot of maintenance. Therefore, they can be a great option for a coastal roof. Read More 

Have A Leaky Roof? 4 Reasons You Shouldn’t Wait For Repairs

If the roof on your home has developed a leak this winter, you need to have the damage repaired as quickly as possible. You may think that small leaks won't cause any real problems, but that's not the case. In fact, those small leaks can lead to some serious problems for your home. Here are just four of the reasons you need to repair leaks quickly. 1. Prevent Damage to the Roof Deck Read More 

The Weather Outside If Frightful, But Heating Cables Can Keep Your Roof Delightful

Winter weather can be detrimental to the roofing on your home. Large amounts of snow can accumulate on your roof, weighing it down. Ice can form on your roof, causing ice dams. And large amounts of rain can seep into small cracks in your roofing, leading to water damage and leaks in your commercial building. While you cannot do anything to control the weather, you can install heating cables to minimize damage to your roof during the winter months. Read More