The gutters on the side of your roof might not seem like it’s doing a lot but it serves a valuable purpose. While your roof might not benefit from the gutters in a major way, some areas of your home do. Also, no roof inspection would be complete if it did not include the gutters. … Continue reading Roofing Basics – Keeping Your Gutter Clean And Sturdy
A leaking roof is very problematic especially if it goes unnoticed for quite some time. It could damage the insides of the roof and other areas. It is important that when leaks on the roof are detected that it is resolved right away. Rainwater could pose a serious problem for your roof and your home … Continue reading How To Tell If Your Roof Is Leaking
The roof is one of the most important parts of any home. It provides the primary defense against the elements and without it, a house just wouldn’t be as functional. Out of the thousands of roofs being put up each day, some still don’t use drip edged. While your local roofing contractor and the Asphalt … Continue reading Roofing 101 – Reasons Why Drip Edges Are Important
Mold is an extremely common allergen that triggers allergy symptoms like itchy and watery eyes, congestion, runny nose, and sneezing. Mold can invade your home through roof leaks. It can also be the source of irritants, allergens and in certain instances, potentially harmful substances like mycotoxins, per the Environmental Protection Agency. Although mold is common … Continue reading Can Mold From A Leaky Roof Increase Your Allergies
One in fifteen homes will file for an insurance claim this year and most of those claims will be about roof leaks. The primary cause of homeowners insurance claims are wind and hail and repairing the damage they bring can cost thousands of dollars. You might be among the countless homeowners who are asking how … Continue reading Are Roof Leaks Covered By Homeowners Insurance?
One of the most crucial responsibilities of a homeowner is to maintain a sound roof. The roof protects you and your home interior from the elements, and keeps you dry and warm. Signs of wear or damage require immediate action to prevent water from seeping in and causing the wood sheathing underneath to rot. If … Continue reading How Much Does It Cost To Repair A Roof?