With cold winter weather already entering the region, it’s time to take a close look at your home. The decisions you make now will go a long way in ensuring that your home doesn’t sustain any damage over the winter season. Here are three things you absolutely need to do: 1. Protect Your Pipes If
Patrick Readyhough, President of Pond Roofing Company, has been named the Roofing Contractor of the year by the Virginia Association of Roofing Professionals (VARP). The Virginia Association of Roofing Professionals was created by the roofing industry for the roofing industry, and its mission is to improve and raise the bar of the profession through education
…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.
As a result of the treacherous weather we continue to be pounded with, many homeowners are facing roofing and/or other exterior damage to their home. Reputable contractors have been flooded with calls, and probably have a substantial wait period before they can get the work done for you. Wait for the known area professionals: there
If your windows have ceased to do what they are supposed to do (keep you warm and protect your home from rain, wind and storms), take a walk around your house and decide whether your windows need to go. Do your windows enhance your home? What about the noise level? Can you sit and relax
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
Last week, we posted a blog about what to look for when choosing a contractor. We’ve since created the attached form for you to print and use for comparing contractors. We hope you find it to be a great resource! Click here to download.
Before hiring a contractor to replace your roof, siding, windows or doors, the most important part of decision-making should be made after vetting any contractor you are considering hiring. Legitimate contractors pay a great deal of money to be in compliance with the governing state code and the corresponding insurance requirements. It makes it very