Both residential and commercial roofing systems need regular inspections to ensure they are damage-free. Just because a roof appears to be in good condition, it could still be harboring underlying issues. Some types of roofing damage are not visible to the untrained eye, which is why professional roof inspections are so critical.
When planning exterior work on a fixer-upper, it’s important to be aware of possible hazards. Older homes may contain asbestos, especially in the roof or siding, so you need to take measures to mitigate the effects of this hazard during and after your project.
A well-manicured lawn is always a pleasure to look at, but when it’s paired with a home that’s thoughtfully designed in a complementary style, the result is truly eye-catching. If you’re looking for ways to match your vinyl siding with your garden, you’ve come to the right place. The most effective way to achieve this […]
Your vinyl siding has a major impact on your home’s curb appeal, which is one of the reasons warping is such a concern. In today’s post, we explain what causes vinyl siding to warp and how you can prevent this problem.
Each board of your siding contains caulk, nails and a painted finish to protect your interior drywall and insulation. Your siding needs to be in good condition to keep out moisture. Unfortunately, siding damage can be hard to spot.