An Introduction to Home Roofing
There are two types of home buyers out there. There are those who just take what they like best off of the current market. And then, there are those who won't settle for anything less than their dream home, even if it means having it built from scratch. If you're in the second camp and are having a home built, you have a big but exciting project in front of you.
Now that many gardeners in frostier USDA zones have learned about and acquired cold hardy tropical plants, there are palm trees in Indiana, orange plants in Ontario and magnolias in Utah. Whether these cultivars were bred from hardy Asian varieties or are grafts made on freeze hardy root stock, cold hardy tropical plants aren't completely safe from some types of freezing or storm damage. Here are some ways to help your tropical garden make it through a tough winter:
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.