by admin | Feb 7, 2020 | Roofing, waterproofing and exteriors
While it’s true that the condition and age of your roof are factors that affect your roof insurance premiums, most homeowners don’t know that its shape and style also drives its price. The reason isn’t centered around aesthetics, but how certain roof shapes perform better under different weather conditions.
by admin | Jan 13, 2020 | Roofing, waterproofing and exteriors
We understand how disheartening it is to find that the new roof you spent a significant amount on is already leaking. However, you don’t have to worry so much because your roofers will likely be more than happy to help with this problem. Just make sure you call them as soon as you discover the issue. (more…)
by admin | Jan 3, 2020 | Roofing, waterproofing and exteriors
Waterproofing is essential in both residential and commercial structures. It’s also one of the best things you can do to care for your home, especially if it has multiple levels. (more…)
by admin | Dec 13, 2019 | Roofing, waterproofing and exteriors
The roof is one of the major players in your home’s overall curb appeal. A quality roof can even increase your overall resale value if you choose to put your home on the market. (more…)
by admin | Dec 5, 2019 | Roofing, waterproofing and exteriors
Painting your home is a good investment. It can freshen up your home’s exterior, make it more visually appealing, and it can also raise your home’s overall value. However, it’s a task that shouldn’t be done by the homeowners themselves. Instead, they should hire a house painter to get the job done and minimize mistakes. But there is a catch; you shouldn’t hire the first house painter you see. Instead, there are a few details you should look at when searching for contractors.
by admin | Nov 29, 2019 | Roofing, waterproofing and exteriors
There are only two things mold needs to grow and spread through your home: moisture and organic materials. Your house is made up of drywall, wood and other natural materials, making it susceptible to mold growth. Mold won’t only make your home unsightly, it can also trigger allergies and cause respiratory health issues. So, you must prevent mold growth.