…and you are daunted by the process. First, buying a new roof is not impulse buying. It is not even close to being a “happy” buy. It is an unpleasant surprise and a bit scary. It is an expense you did not budget in, and you have no idea what this is going to cost.
With spring finally here, it is time to inspect your home to make sure you have no critters living inside your attic. Animals in your attic can cause major damage to the wiring, the plumbing, and structure of your house. Additionally many critters (such as squirrels, raccoons and bats) could be carrying rabies, and you
According to the Better Business Bureau, in 2011 it received more than 3.3 million consumer inquiries from consumers who were trying to find a reputable roofer. While roofing was the No. 1 industry that consumers asked for Bureau guidance and referrals, other exterior improvements such as siding, windows and doors were not far behind. The
Hopefully, thankfully and optimistically, spring will be here soon. As soon as it warms up somewhat, it is a good idea to inspect the exterior of your home to see how it held up during our worst winter in years. Here are some things to look for: Gutters: Check to make sure gutters are securely
When you are inspecting your roof for the winter ahead, look for raised shingles. If you see any, in all probability, it is caused because a nail has popped up and lifted the single. As soon as possible, you should have a professional roofer inspect your roof to make sure it can survive the winter
You need a new roof, and you have spent years of time and expense on your landscaping and are naturally worried about what will happen to it during the roofing process. Roofing is a messy job. On our contract and on the Checklist we send out that tells you what you should do to prep