What Season Is Best For Roofing Updates?

Posted on: 3 October 2017

Your roof is one of the most important parts of your home because it protects your dwelling from the elements and keeps you and your family safe. For this reason, you have to ensure that it is in tip-top condition at all times. A great roof can also add the value of your home, and if you are looking to upgrade, you are probably wondering what time is best to do it.
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Four Ways Your Foundation Can Sink, And The Signs Of Damage It Causes

Posted on: 20 September 2017

Sinking foundation repairs are inevitable if your home was built on soft soil, sandy soil, or loamy soil. How can you tell that it is happening? Well, the house's foundation can sink four different ways, so there are four distinct signs: The Corner(s) Sinks The corner of a house is almost always the first thing to sink. This happens when the soil underneath is imbalanced or is softer than the soil under the other corners of the foundation.
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3 Forms Of Roof Maintenance To Do Each Spring

Posted on: 13 September 2017

Are you the type of homeowner that typically ignores their roof until there is a problem? You are more likely spending more money on roof repairs than you would on roof maintenance over the years. Here are three things that you need to do each spring to maintain your roof: Flashing Inspection The flashing on your roof plays a key role in preventing water from getting under your shingles. It is used in places where something is mounted into the roof or protrudes out from the roof.
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Hail Can Hit More Than Your Roof

Posted on: 6 September 2017

Spring may be a memory, and summer may be fading, but if you've been through a big hail storm at all this year, you know that the damage can make itself evident months later. If you haven't already had your roof inspected, you should do that now before winter weather arrives. You should also have some peripheral areas inspected as well because hail can damage these, too, and result in more damage to your home when a storm hits.
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