Ready for a New Roof? 4 Reasons Slate Tiles Are the Right Choice for Your Home
18 July 2017
If your home needs a new roof, don't settle for the same old asphalt shingles. Take a step beyond basic, and choose slate tiles instead. Slate tiles add beauty to any home, and go well with any style of home. Not only that, they'll last for much longer than your standard roofing materials. In fact, because slate is natural stone, your tiles will last as long as your home does. Here are four other important reasons why you should choose slate tiles for your new roof.
How To Remodel A Space That's Been Vacant
13 July 2017
Vacancies of all types can have an effect on a home. Here are some things to consider when revamping and remodeling these spaces for full-time residency.
Vacation Homes and Other Little-Used Spaces
The first type of vacancy would be a home that's occasionally used as a vacation home or rental. These houses may have issues, for starters, with their plumbing. Low usage of plumbing fixtures might mean that you need to run the water for 30 minutes or more so that the sediment clears out of pipes.
What To Look For When Choosing Asphalt Shingles
6 July 2017
Asphalt shingles are among the most common roofing type, and it's good to know what to look for when you're choosing them for your home. A price range is something that only you can come up with, but be aware that a higher price doesn't always mean higher quality and vice-versa. You need to look at some other characteristics in order to determine which ones are right for you.
3 Signs You Should Have Your Home's Old Tile Roof Replaced
26 June 2017
If your home's tile roof is over a couple of decades old, you may start wondering if it is time to have it replaced. Even though tile roofing is durable, there are three signs you should look for that mean it is time to replace your roof.
Broken or Missing Tiles
Thanks to weather, constant sun exposure, and fallen branches, you may have a few cracked tiles on your roof. However, when they start breaking in half or come off the roof completely, you should assess the roof to see the extent of the damage.