Prepping your roof for storms doesn’t have to be a daunting task. With the right tools and techniques, you can make sure that your roof is ready for anything the skies might throw at it. First, inspect your roof for any signs of damage or wear. If you notice any
Have you noticed a spike in your electric bill, with no obvious culprit? Drafty windows could be contributing to this increase in cost. The lifespan of a window is approximately 15-20 years. If you think your windows may be this old, then we encourage you to do a simple self-check
When we ask customers what color drip edge they would like it often brings up the question of what is drip edge and what is its function. Drip edge is the metal edging that is installed along the rakes and eaves of a roof. The purpose is to help provide support
When it comes to inspections, the best thing about a shingled roof is that it is easy to see when it is in need of some upkeep or a replacement. You can easily step back and take a look for yourself. If you notice shingles buckling, discoloration, ones missing, others
Have you ever considered taking on a home exterior remodeling project, but have heard what a hassle it can be? You’re not alone. A lot of our satisfied customers had the same exact initial thought. Good news though. This experience doesn’t have to be difficult when you put your trust
We are often, and rightfully so, asked by customers to explain the differences between our Standard, Good, Better, and Best estimates. One of the main differences between estimates is the material used to cover the roof decking (wood that forms your roof). Our “best estimates” come with GAF’s Deck-Armor roof deck protection.
Now that November is already half over, snow and constantly freezing temperatures are on the horizon. Did you know there are some simple and effective ways to prepare the exterior of your home for the cold temperatures? Here are three easy things you might not be doing to prepare for the
Finding ways to upgrade your outdoor and patio decor is a great way to create a cozy and welcoming environment to enjoy throughout the warmer seasons. While you might feel intimidated by the images of perfect and extravagant outdoor living spaces you see in Better Homes & Gardens magazines, you