Mid-Winter Roof Care: Pretty Sights Can Hide Ugly Problems

Whether you live in a northern state that is known for yearly snow, or you have a home up in the snow-prone mountains in a southern state, you need to ensure your roof stays in good condition. Snow, ice, and cold, damp conditions can all damage your roof if you're not careful. By knowing what to look for and when to inspect, though, you can limit or prevent damage and keep your home in good shape. [Read More]

Three Great Roofing Materials Compared

When it comes to replacing your roof, choosing the best material is mostly a matter of personal opinion. That is, most homeowners are going to make their decision mainly based on the style. However, you also need to think about how different materials will impact the energy efficiency and maintenance of your roof. This article compares three of the most popular roofing products that are commonly used on residential properties. [Read More]

A Few Ways To Save Money On New Roof Installation

If your roof is leaking in many places or appears to be warped, it is probably time to replace it. When you talk with a roofing company, you may be surprised at the cost of new roof installation. Luckily, there are a few ways you can save money on the job. Here are a few things you can do reduce the cost: Remove the Roofing Materials Yourself If the roof is not falling and unsafe, and you are not afraid to get up there, you can remove the roofing materials yourself. [Read More]

3 Tips For Taking Care Of Your Gutters This Fall

Fall is the perfect time of year to spend a little time taking care of your gutters. This fall, you should clean the debris out of your gutters, rinse them out and install a gutter guard system over your gutters. #1 Clean Out The Debris The first thing you need to do is clean out all of the debris that has accumulated in your gutters. You may want to do this more near the end of fall when the leaves have come off most of the trees in your area. [Read More]