identifying roofing problems

Is It Time To Replace Your Home's Wood Siding?

Wood siding not only improves your home's appeal; it protects your home from pests and rain. But over time, wood can deteriorate, warp, and rot. To keep your home's integrity intact, you'll need to replace your damaged siding. Here are reasons to replace your deteriorating siding now.  How Can Damaged Siding Affect Your Home? Many homeowners moisture-proof their siding before or after they install it on their homes. Moisture-proofed siding may withstand water damage longer than untreated siding.   Read More...

Roofing Over New Dormer Windows In Your Cape Cod: What To Expect

When your Cape Cod home needs new dormer windows, who do you call? A roofer, or a windows and doors contractor? It is not as though dormer windows are all roof, nor are they your typical windows, but somebody has to  do this job. In actuality, it helps if you start with the roofer because the roofer has to reconstruct the windows' housing and roofing before new windows can be installed.   Read More...

THINGS TO KNOW TO SAFELY HEAT YOUR HOME

  Home heating is one of the major causes of home fires in the United States. However, this can be avoided, simply by following the recommended standard safety procedures when heating your home. When installing heating equipment in your home, it's always a good idea to consult a heating repair and installation expert to ensure that you've done a proper installation. Once you have installed the heating equipment, the following tips can help you to safely heat your home.   Read More...

Tips For Dealing With Damage To Your Roof After A Severe Storm

During the summer months, severe storms can roll into an area and cause a lot of damage to roofs. Strong winds, hail, and heavy rainfall can all wreak havoc on your roof, so it is important to have storm damage repaired promptly. If your area has experienced a particularly severe storm, use the following tips to help deal with the damage: Get Your Roof Inspected If you are not sure that your roof has been damaged after a storm, it is in your best interest to have it inspected by a roofing contractor.   Read More...

Will Your Roof Survive The Summer Heat? 3 Things To Consider

You may think your roof is fine if it's still intact after a chilly winter or rainy spring, but summer brings its own set of problems. Scorching heat isn't kind to residential roofing, and excessive humidity can also trigger issues. As the temperature increases outside, you may develop unexpected roofing problems or find that summer worsens existing issues. Evaluate the 3 factors listed below to determine whether your roof is ready to endure the sizzling summer sun.   Read More...