An Introduction to Home Roofing

Seven Roofing Terms You Should Be Familiar With

When it comes to repairing or replacing a roof, there is a lot of parts to deal with than just the shingles. If you are unfamiliar with roofing terminology, it will help to know what these seven terms mean. Flashing Flashing material is typically made out of metal, and is used as a way to prevent water from getting underneath your roofing material. It is installed in places where items protrude out of the roof, such as an exhaust vent or skylight. Read More 

Tips For Purchasing New Siding For Your Home

Many homes across the country have siding, and when the siding wears out and begins to break down, it can make a home look unkempt and shabby, no matter how nice the landscaping and curb appeal may be. If you have old siding on your home that has seen better days and needs to be replaced, doing so is a very wise investment. Replacing old, worn-out siding with brand-new siding can give your home an instant facelift and increase its value. Read More 

Some Inspiration For Your Upcoming Patio Build

If you have decided to build a patio this year, you want to ensure that you get it right the first time. Therefore, you want to maximize the space that you have while also obtaining the ideal aesthetic based on  your individual tastes. As you begin to explore various designs, you will find the options out there are endless. To help get you started on a design for your upcoming patio, here are a few things that you should take into consideration as you are planning your patio design. Read More 

How To Repair Concrete Steps

Concrete is a durable material, but over time it could begin to crumble, especially if it's not installed properly. Concrete that isn't mixed or installed properly can crumble easily or get cracks in it that may cause it to crumble as well. If your concrete steps have begun to crumble, don't worry, they can be repaired with some concrete and a few tools. Read on for instructions and tips to repair concrete steps. Read More 

Ready For Winter? 4 Ways Get Your Propane Winter-Ready

Winter can be unbearable when your heating needs are taken care of. When your home is heated by propane, you need to take extra steps to make sure that your access to heat isn't jeopardized. Here are four ways you can ensure that you and your family enjoy a warm, safe winter this year. Schedule an Annual Inspection When it comes to your heating system, it's crucial that you begin each winter with an inspection of your propane tank and pipes. Read More 

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An Introduction to Home Roofing

It is important to keep a roof over the head's of your family members. If your roof leaks though, then your family isn't very well protected. In fact, a simple leak can be incredibly dangerous. Electrical issues, hazardous mold, and rotten roof beams can all be caused by a leak. If you leave the leak for too long, then snow and ice can even cause your roof to collapse. A roof in a state of disrepair won't protect you very well from falling tree limbs either. As the son of a roofer, I have heard many stories about roof damage. Surprisingly, most homeowners had no idea there was a problem. Learn what you can now from my blogs about potential roofing concerns and when you should invest in an inspection. I have provided you with information that even outlines the benefits of different roofing materials, if you want a change.