It's pretty easy to see that your roof is a big part of your home's exterior, but do you know its purpose? It plays a more significant role than you might think in the safety, protection, and comfort of your home.
While some things, like your smoke alarm, will alert you when they need maintenance, there are many areas in your home that won’t. Here are some must-do maintenance tasks to keep your home value high and your repair costs low.
While we’re excited to soak up the summer rays, your roof sure isn’t! The heat from the scorching summer sun can cause serious damage to your asphalt roof. Read about the sun’s effect on your roof.
Roof leaks are a nasty consequence of roof damage. In most cases, roof leaks are caused by missing or damaged shingles, which lets water enter the roof system and, eventually, the inside of your home. Do you know where to look after a storm to check for a roof leak? Read on for three must check places.
When a potential buyer pulls up to your home, what will be their first impression? If the outside of your home leaves something to be desired, especially in comparison to the rest of the neighborhood, you could be in trouble. Increase your home’s curb appeal (and value) and get to the closing table faster with these 5 awesome upgrades!
Most people don’t spend too much time thinking about their home’s roof. After all, it's out of sight, out of mind. Unfortunately, neglecting your roof can cause significant problems for the rest of your house and lead to costly repairs. So how do you know when it’s time for a new roof? Keep an eye out for these warning signs.
Yearly roof inspections are vital to the health and safety of your home – but did you know Spring is the best time to get one? Waiting until after the cold weather passes is the ideal time to check for signs of damage and to make sure your home is ready for the spring storm season!
Selling a home is stressful even when everything goes right. There is A LOT of time, energy, paperwork, and emotions that go into it, and even small complications can feel like massive burdens.
So, when homeowners ask us if they should get a roof inspection before they list their home, our answer is always yes!