A pressure washer is a useful cleaning tool that uses “high-pressure” water to remove grease and grime, mold and mildew, bird droppings and other pesky dirt that may come into contact with your siding or the exterior of your home. If you want to do it yourself and save a few bucks, here are some useful tips you may want to consider when embarking on this cleaning project. [Read more…]
Timing is an important factor when it comes to deciding whether to repair or replace your roof. You don’t want to wait too long before the underlying issues on your roof turn into major problems. At the same time, you don’t want to invest in a new roof too soon because you haven’t reaped its full potential yet.
With spring finally here, you might be already planning some improvement projects to restore your home to its former glory. Apart from your roof, your gutters and siding should be on top of your list. Not only do they safeguard your property, but they also boost its curb appeal.
You’ll hear plenty of tips talking about getting at least three to four estimates from roofing contractors for any roof replacement project you’re thinking of undertaking. While all estimates will contain more or less similar and standard information, not all of them will be the same. This makes comparing apples to apples a little too hard and complex than it needs to be.
Moisture damage is one of the biggest and most common problems in roofing for new construction. Improper installation can lead to water pooling in places where it can cause premature rot and damage wooden structures in your roof system. This poses a lot of subsequent risks to many different parts of your home.