No matter what time of the year it is, roofing specialists say that it’s vital that your home has proper attic ventilation. That way, your home remains comfortable all year round, and your roofing system lasts for as long as possible. Unfortunately, some homeowners don’t realize immediately that their homes have poor attic ventilation, leading to a few problems around their home, such as:
While spring is known for it’s agreeable weather, another thing it’s known for are spring storms. And, unfortunately for some homeowners, these spring storms can be pretty damaging to homes if you aren’t adequately prepared. Thankfully, it is possible to ready your home for these occurrences by following a few easy steps.
Gutters are an integral part of your home. They are designed to safely catch any rainwater that runs off your roof before diverting it away from your home, protecting it from moisture damage. With that in mind, it’s important that you properly maintain your gutter system. Otherwise, you can face various kinds of problems, such as:
If your roof gets damaged, you would want to have it repaired immediately. But if you are not careful, you might fall into the schemes of dishonest roofers who would tell you anything just to get hired. Worse, some of them would try to run away with your money. [Read more…]
One common mistake many homeowners make is not inspecting their home after a storm. While you were safe inside, your exterior might have been hit hard by the weather, causing damage that if not caught early could lead to major issues. [Read more…]
There are many factors that can affect your homeowner insurance premiums, some of which include the house’s age, recent remodels and even proximity to a fire station. But there’s a lesser-know factor that can affect your insurance premiums: your roof’s condition.
Roofing problems become more apparent during winter, which makes it of paramount importance to keep your eye on your roof during this season. Here are some of the most common roofing problems during winter and how you can protect your home against them.
Some forms of roof damage can be prevented with proper maintenance. However, inclement weather can’t be avoided and may result in serious damage to your home’s exterior. Heavy rain, severe snowstorms and hail are just a few events that can ruin your roofing system.