Rain or Shine: Protecting Your Home During Every Season

3 Ways To Prevent Rot And Leaks In Your Roof’s Fascia

Your roof is clearly one of the most important elements in your home's construction. It keeps the elements out and protects the rest of your home. Roof problems can spell trouble for other areas of the house. When you examine your roof, you may focus on the shingles and flashing. However, there's one other subtle element you shouldn't ignore. It's the fascia. That's the small, vertical piece of wood that hangs from the roof's eaves. Read More 

Unwanted Skylights In Your Roof And How To Fix It

There are two ways you end up with unwanted skylights in your roof. The first is buying a property that has skylights, and you want those skylights (for whatever reason) removed. The second type of skylight is the kind provided for you by lightning and a little fire. That is clearly an unwanted "skylight" caused by damage to the roof. Here is how to remedy both situations when either applies. Read More 

3 Tips That Will Help You Improve Your Vinyl Siding Home Renovations

Are you looking for an affordable way to renovate the exterior of your home and give it a new look? Vinyl siding is one of the most affordable and versatile options available. Today, there are many ways that you can improve your vinyl siding home renovations. You can do things like use house wrap, install reinforce siding, and add rigid insulating sheathing beneath the siding. Here are some tips to help you improve your vinyl siding home renovations. Read More 

3 Benefits Of Asphalt Shingle Roofs

If your existing roof is getting old or showing signs of damage, you may consider getting a new roof. While there are many roofing options today, asphalt shingle roofs are still incredibly popular for their many benefits. If you aren't sure which roofing material to pick, check out these three benefits of asphalt shingle roofs to determine if they're right for you. They Are Inexpensive Asphalt shingle roofs are one of the most inexpensive roofing options. Read More 

Looking To Reduce AC Costs? Turn To Your Roof

Have your electricity bills been exceedingly high this summer? If you're pretty sure your air conditioner is to blame, your first step should be to have the air conditioner looked over by an HVAC technician. If they verify that there's nothing wrong with the unit that could be causing it to waste energy, then it's time to look upward: to your roof. Your roof is a huge source of heat transfer into your home. Read More