Signs of Storm Damage on your Roof
One of the first things any homeowner should do after a storm is to check for roof damage. Even if you have no visible water inside your home, roof damage can still be a possibility. While it might be tempting to climb up on the roof, we recommend homeowners avoid this whenever possible. Always try to assess roof damage from ground level if you can. Try using a pair of…Read More..
Rebuilding After A Natural Disaster
The fear and uncertainty caused by a natural disaster can make life difficult even for those who homes have been spared and whose families are safe. When your property is damaged as the result of a natural disaster, the confusion and uncertainty can stretch on for months after the fact. Rebuilding after a natural disaster isn’t easy, but the right contractor can bring you peace of mind. To make sure…Read More..
Fall Checklist For Homeowners
The start of a new season is the perfect time to start on your roof maintenance checklist. Ideally, your roof should be inspected twice a year: once in late spring and again in the fall. Neglecting roof problems in the fall can cause further damage in the winter, resulting in more costly repair expenses in the spring. Brace for the chillier months ahead by completing our fall checklist for homeowners:…Read More..