With October approaching, Halloween is right around the corner. Halloween is one of the bigger holidays in which homeowners add outdoor decorations to their homes. While decorating can add a little spice to your home during the holiday, there are some decorating tips you should keep in mind while putting spooky decor up outside your home. 

With every season change comes new elements with the weather and a change in climate especially here in the midwest. Fall is one season that can come with some unique challenges for homeowners and their roof. However, staying on top of your roofing needs before winter comes will put you in a great position once the colder months come around. The fall months serve as a season of preparation. 

You may not be terribly concerned about how well your roof keeps your home insulated especially in the warm, summer months. With autumn approaching, and the cooler temperatures, let's look at some ways that can aid in keeping the warmth inside your home as the temperature gets cooler.

As summer concludes its final months and fall rolls around, pretty soon those pesky leaves will be falling. When the leaves start dropping, the more action your gutters are going to receive.

The average roof lifetime is quite dependent on the type of roof installed and the climate factors of the location of your home. When your roof begins to show signs of damage, as a homeowner it may be time to get your roof inspected. A full roof replacement is not always necessary though! Which is why a proper roof inspection is needed first.

Wondering how to know whether roof replacement or roof repair is right for you? Read below for six roofing considerations to ponder when deciding which option is best for you.

As the warmer months begin to approach, homeowners migrate out of the house and start those home projects that they’ve been waiting on all winter. One important home maintenance item that should be a priority in the spring is cleaning your gutters. Let’s look at a couple reasons why cleaning your gutters should be a priority in the spring months.

Summer is here, and with it comes sweltering temperatures, beaming sunlight, and heavy rain. These factors combine to create an environment that can damage your roof. It’s best to take precautionary measures now, instead of waiting for the damage to occur and then paying for more expensive repairs down the road. 

Here are some tips you can use to help mitigate potential damage.

Summer is officially here!

That means family vacations, time spent outside, and… rising energy bills if your roof is not in good shape. That last one isn't fun (trust us), and the best way to make sure your home stays cool and comfortable all summer long is to schedule a roof inspection now.

Here’s why...