When a severe storm rolls through your area this summer, all you can do is cross your fingers and hope that your home doesn’t suffer any damage. Unfortunately, you can only do so much to stop this from happening. Since you don’t have control over Mother Nature, you’ll want to better understand the many types
…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.
Inevitably when the phrase “HOA” is mentioned to members of a homeowner’s association, or someone who was formerly a member of an HOA, or even someone who has made it a life goal to avoid buying property that is part of an HOA, the response is usually anything but favorable. In actuality, the HOA plays
Summer is here, and the flowers, trees and gardens are in full bloom. Make it a point to inspect your roof to make sure that there are no tree branches hovering over your roof. You should inspect your roof every few weeks, particularly after heavy summer downpours. Here’s what you need to know: If tree