A Guide To Chimney Sweeping And Cleaning

When you're thinking about keeping up with your home safety and effectiveness, it's important that you keep up with the care of your chimney. A chimney that is cleaned and well-maintained will always give you great home airflow while keeping the property at its best. With this in mind, keep reading and do everything that you can to touch base with high-quality chimney repair professionals that can help you out.  [Read More]

Re-Roofing Versus Recovering: What Are The Key Differences?

Commercial roofs are different than residential roofs. Most are flat, or have very little pitch or slope to them. As such, the materials used on a commercial roof are different than those used on a residential roof. When it comes to commercial roofing, many materials can be recovered, rather than needing to be re-roofed. However, while these terms have two different meanings, many people do not know the differences between them and use the terms interchangeably. [Read More]

Five Roofing Problems To Look Out For In The Spring

When spring arrives, you probably can't wait to get outdoors and enjoy the fresh air. While you're breathing deeply and enjoying the scenery, take a few minutes to glance up at your roof. Look out for these specific roofing issues that will need to be taken care of before those April showers start rolling in. Clogged Gutters Many roofing problems start with clogged gutters. If the gutters become clogged, water will pour over the edge onto the roof, making rotten shingles and leaks more likely. [Read More]

A Few Things You Need To Know When Hiring A Siding Contractor

Whether you are getting new siding for the whole house or just touching up what you currently have, it is usually best to have professionals do the job for you. This means you need to find the best siding contractor for your needs. Of course, you will ask friends for referrals, get a few quotes, and ask the contractor for references. However, there are a few other things you need to know and consider before making your decision on who to work with. [Read More]