How A Roof Inspection May Be Done On Your Asphalt Shingle Roof And What The Inspector Looks For

If your roof hasn't been inspected by a roofer for several years, it's probably a good time to have it done. Without an inspection, damage can go unnoticed, and that can lead to water damage to your home. There are a few ways to do a roof inspection. Here's how a roofer might inspect your roof and the things they look for.  When You May Need A Roof Inspection You'll probably have a roof inspection done before you buy a home, when you get a second mortgage, when your insurance company requests one, after a bad storm, and periodically throughout the life of your roof to keep up with maintenance. Read More 

New Siding Benefit Guide

This is a guide on replacing home siding that can help you to see some benefits of doing so. If you have been thinking about having your siding replaced, then going through this information can help to make it clearer to you that this would likely be a very good idea. Here are some advantages that come with the installation of new home siding:  You can experience better energy efficiency Read More 

4 Roofing Issues That Need Immediate Attention

Your roof deals with a lot, from storms to excess heat from the sun. It also wears out naturally and will likely develop an issue at some point. The best way to deal with problems that affect your roof is to fix them immediately. Ignoring the issues is one of the biggest mistakes you can make. If you do, you'll have to handle severe roof damage, which will be relatively more expensive than fixing the issue once discovered. Read More 

You Should Bear These 3 Things In Mind When Doing A Roof Inspection

Buying a new home is one of the most exciting steps, whether you are doing it for the first time or are purchasing a second home. However, remember that home ownership comes with its responsibilities. Most importantly, you should have it inspected and ensure all components are in an excellent state. Given this, assessing the roof should be a top priority because failure to do so might leave you spending money on a material you will soon have to replace. Read More 

Having A Ridge Vent Added To Your Roof

Look up at the ridge of your roof. In other words, look at the peak – the place where the two main sides of your roof come together. Do you see a long, continuous row of shingles that is lifted off the roof ridge a little bit, or are the sides of your roof perfectly flat where they tie into the ridge? If you do not see this lifted part, that means you don't have a ridge vent. Read More