Do You Have a Roof Repair Plan for After Storm Season?

Posted on: 21 November 2017

When storm season arrives in your area, it's already too late to call for immediate repairs. After the storm hits, local repair and debris removal professionals will not only be swamped by calls from everyone in a multi-county radius, but trying to get through the storm debris on the road and all the traffic just to get to their customers. Here are a few details to have in mind as you build a professional relationship with a home roofing repair team, if not to be on the top of the list, then to make sure that your repairs won't come with too many surprises.
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Wood Vs. Vinyl Fascia Boards

Posted on: 10 November 2017

If you want your roofline to look good, keeping up the fascia board is of the utmost importance. The fascia kind of defines your roof line and create a visual line that eyes will be drawn to. That is, it is often the most noticeable part of the roof. Not only is an important style feature, it is also important comes to the strength of your roof, particularly the overhang of the eaves.
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The Perks of a Slate Roof

Posted on: 26 October 2017

If you've been in your home in a while, and are thinking about a major exterior upgrade, the roof is a great place to start. Re-doing a roof really is a costly project, but one that will have major impact on both the style and valuation of your home. It is a smart remodel for those who are simply trying to make the property more energy efficient, or those who are just trying to make the property more valuable before putting it on the market.
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How To Keep The Outside Of Your House Looking Great

Posted on: 18 October 2017

No matter what type of siding you have on your house, it can become dirty or damaged. This can make your home look unkempt and a bit trashy. Even if you are not selling it, you should take pride in how it looks to others. In addition, if the siding is damaged, it allows insects, mold, and mildew to get underneath it and damage the wood. This will require a lot of extra work to fix, and could cause your family to become ill.
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