Age and environmental factors can wreak havoc on your roof. Ignoring problems for too long can cause headaches down the road. Whether you're experiencing leaks or dealing with storm damage, start with a free inspection today!
With a quick inspection we can tell you what you need!
-Roofs get old. Around 25-years is how long many roofs last, but it depends on the material of the roof, weather, and other factors. If your roof is getting old, you may want to get an inspection.
-Leaks, cracks, and holes. These are all signs that your roof needs a repair, re-roof, or a full replacement. If you notice leaks in your roof, it is better to get it taken care of sooner than later, waiting could cause further damage to your home.
-If you notice shingles that are cracked, curled, warped, or worn, it means they are weathered. This could lead to leaks.
Gutters may seem like an extension of your roof that simply drain water and require no to minimal maintenance. But as roofers, we greatly advise you to never ignore the well being of your gutters. Gutters get clogged with leaves, twigs, and debris, especially during fall, and these clogs can do a lot more damage than you may think.
Gutters keep water flowing away from your home to help protect your walls, roof, foundations, and even your landscaping. When gutters clog, water will pool and have nowhere to go but seep into your roof and wall, and spill over into your landscaping.
Insulation offers many benefits to a home. And while insulation rarely crosses our minds, it is something we should consider in our home. Insulation helps keep warm air in and cold out in the winter, and keep cool air in and warm out during the summer. While that doesn’t seem like enough benefits to worry about your home insulation, there are more!
The siding on your home may seem like it is there for aesthetic purposes. But siding actually has a very important purpose—protecting your home. Rain, wind, snow, hail, and other elements can damage your home, but siding protects your home from these natural elements. Siding also works as insulation, keeping warm air in and cold air out during the winter, which will help keep your energy bills lower. We do NOT offer hardie siding.