26 January 2018
Many homes, especially those in tract home communities are built with cheap, generic roofs. However, updating your roof material can add some style and utility to your property. So, if you are thinking about changing your roof material yard, there are some important things that you should consider. Most importantly, you need to decide on what roofing material you are going to use.
Wooden roofs are an old-fashioned choice, but they are still very common because homeowners love the way they look.
Should You Choose High Or Low Cost Roofing Materials?
26 January 2018
Whether you're building a home or just need a new roof, it can be hard to decide between all of the different roofing options. Some are more durable, while others are more stylish. What kind of roofing materials you choose ultimately depends on what your goals are. If you're stuck deciding between roofing materials, ask yourself some of these questions.
Form or Function? Can You Have Both?
Asphalt shingles are easily the most budget friendly option.
Storm Damage: When Is Your Tree Too Damaged To Bounce Back?
13 December 2017
Trees are the steadfast and stalwart part of your landscape, but sometimes a storm is too strong and after it passes, your trees show heavy damage. Many trees can recover from storm damage, but sometimes, the damage is too extensive for a tree to ever bounce back.
Here are some signs that can help you know if a tree is too damaged after a storm. Then, you'll need to think about removing the tree instead of taking steps to help its recovery.
When Should You Replace Residential Windows?
9 November 2017
The need for residential window replacement crops up every once in a blue moon. How do you know it's time for window replacement? Here are some scenarios when you should consider replacement.
When the Window Is Cracked
Cracked windows are bad for a few reasons. For one, a crack in the window means it's structurally unstable. It's better to get the window replaced as soon as you can rather than have a crack in the window turn into a broken window, with the crack going all the way through the glass window pane.