When planning to do exterior work on a fixer-upper, it’s important to be aware of the possible risks. Older homes may contain asbestos, especially in the roof or siding, and you need to take measures to protect yourself from this hazard during and after your project.
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.
Spend enough time exploring siding solutions on the market, and you will notice the impressive diversity of options you have. The immense variety of products, though, can be both a blessing and a curse.
Your home deserves the siding that offers optimum protection from the elements, while also improving your property’s curb appeal. James Hardie® has the definitive answer with siding products classified under the HardieZone® System.
Snow that accumulates on your roof during a severe winter storm may look beautiful, but it can cause damage if not removed promptly. Unfortunately, removing snow from your roof is not a safe or easy task. Read on as A1 Siding and Roofing, a leading local roofing and siding contractor, shares a few techniques you […]