3 Ways To Protect Your New Vinyl Siding

Installing new vinyl siding on your home comes at a big expense, but one well worth the investment. After you have the vinyl siding installed, you want to do everything possible to keep it looking as it does the first day. Here, you will find some tips that can help you protect your vinyl siding and keep it looking great. Trim Shrubs and Trees The trees and shrubs around your home must be trimmed anytime the branches begin to touch the side of your house. Read More 

Roofers And The Post Christmas Blues

When the ever increasing buildup of Christmas peaks then comes to a sudden halt after the big day, many people experience post-holiday blues, as life returns to normal and holiday bills start to arrive. Nobody experiences more post-Christmas blues than your local roofing contractors. They must deal with the immediate aftermath of roof and gutter damage rendered by over-enthused homeowners who desire to have their Christmas lights to be bright enough to be visible from space, and attempt to adorn their roofs and gutters with every conceivable type of decoration. Read More 

What To Do About A Leak In Your Roof

When you notice a water stain on your ceiling, that's a pretty sure sign your roof is leaking. A roof leak is a problem you want to fix right away. When moisture gets inside your attic, it causes damage to the wood and insulation that can lead to costly repairs. The fact that water stains have appeared means that damage has already begun. When your roof is leaking, you should call a roofing contractor to assess the problem and recommend a solution as soon as you can. Read More 

Protecting Your Roof In A Hurricane

If you live in an area where hurricanes are prevalent, then make sure you are well-versed on what you can do to help protect your home and the belongings inside it against the potential damage of a hurricane. Since a hurricane comes with much wind and rain, you want everything on the outside of your house to be as strong and secure as possible. You also want those potentially weak areas to be completely waterproof. Read More 

Is Your Roof Safe For Santa?

Santa must navigate many roofs on his annual delivery route, so everyone must do their best to ensure that their roof is safe for a rotund man, several hundred pounds of reindeer, and a sleigh full of gifts.  As you inspect your roof, you should look for the following issues: Broken, loose, missing,or worn roof tiles Besides being a slip and fall hazard for Santa, compromised roof tiles allow water to enter the home. Read More