Getting your roof inspected is a vital part of your home maintenance. It is always best to hire a professional who is trained to recognize damage and provide you with a plan to fix it. If you’re a new homeowner or this is your first inspection, this guide is for you! Learn about what inspectors are looking for and about the process of a roof inspection.
House and yard maintenance are important for keeping your home functioning properly. There are certain steps you can take at home that will help extend the lifespan of your roof.
Whether your roofing project was a planned project or an emergency repair, financing options can help reduce the pressure on your monthly budget. That is why at Haynes Construction, we offer financing options through EnerBankUSA. Continue reading to learn the benefits of financing your roofing project.
Planning to decorate your roof this Halloween? If so, you need to be careful about how you approach the project. Roof decorating injuries are common around Halloween and Christmas, and most of them can be avoided with some simple precautions. Read on for our top five tips!
It’s the circle of life, everything must eventually come to an end. And your home’s roof is sadly not excluded from that. If you've recently had a roof installed or are looking to get a new one, you're probably wondering how long your new roof will last. The answer to that question isn’t simple. A roof’s average lifespan is dependent upon the material type used and where your house is located. It’s safe to assume that if you have shingles on your roof, they’re asphalt shingles—the most common roofing material. Eager to find out how long it will be before your asphalt roof kicks the bucket? Read on!
For many, Labor Day signifies the end of what feels like summer. While fall doesn’t officially start until September 22nd, the feeling of summer (and warm temperatures) starts to disappear after the holiday. Get a jump start on home maintenance tasks by finishing these improvement projects while the weather is still warm.
The cost of a new roof can average over $10,000, making it one of the more expensive home improvement tasks. However, don't let the cost scare you! There are several ways that your new roof could put the cashback in your pocket. Here's how: