There is no escaping the inevitable: snow and ice brought by the winter weather. This wind is starting to howl, and, soon, those gusts will carry snow drifts and flurries your way. So, before loads of snow begin threatening your home, it’s about time to winterize your home, particularly your windows and doors.… Continue Reading
As with other parts of your home, your roofing shingles have a life expectancy – around 25 years in the case of asphalt shingles to as long as 100 years or more for slate roofs. Not all of them, however, will actually last as long as expected. From storm damage to natural aging and decay, there are many factors that can shorten your roof’s service life.… Continue Reading
When it comes to residential roofing, it’s not always easy to choose the right kind of gutter material for your home. You have the usual choice of vinyl, steel, copper, aluminum and wood, and they all vary in price per linear foot. Their pricing should already include the necessary components of a proper gutter system, which includes corner joints, end caps, hanging brackets and downspouts.… Continue Reading
According to residential roofing pros, if you want to save more on your monthly bills, making the switch to solar panels is one of the most effective ways you can accomplish this feat. After all, it’s becoming more and more accessible to most homeowners every year. Unfortunately, some homeowners tend to put off making the switch to solar due to how intimidating it can be. Thankfully, there are ways to make it easier on you, such as:… Continue Reading
According to exterior services providers, a commercial roofing system can be more difficult to care for compared to residential roofs. This is because it lacks the slope needed to allow water to run off from it, and it can catch debris much easier as well. This can cause leaks that can be damaging to the roof and your building in the long run. Thankfully, there are ways around this dilemma.