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New Year’s Resolutions For Your Home

New Year’s Resolutions For Your Home

Almost everyone makes a New Year's Resolution at some point. Some people decide to lose weight, save more money, or stop bad habits. While all of those are great, they can be hard to keep year long. Instead of going the traditional route when picking your New Year’s...

3 Common Winter Roofing Problems to Watch Out For

3 Common Winter Roofing Problems to Watch Out For

Common winter roof problems can be made much worse by the constant freezing and thawing of winter activity. And while it can be hazardous to handle roofing problems during the winter, waiting until spring can make the existing problem worse. Request an inspection now...

Winter Home Maintenance Checklist

Winter Home Maintenance Checklist

A little preventative home maintenance this winter can reduce energy costs, prevent expensive disasters, and spot future repairs to take care of when warmer weather returns. There are a few must-do home maintenance chores that will help keep your home from having some...

5 Big Reasons You Shouldn’t Wait to Fix Your Roof

5 Big Reasons You Shouldn’t Wait to Fix Your Roof

Waiting to fix a roof problem is like playing Russian Roulette - inevitable with no sense of timing. Even with small issues, it's only a matter of time before it becomes so big it affects the entire roof system and causes expensive repairs. Read on to learn how you...

(Spooky) Roof Decorating Tips For Halloween

(Spooky) Roof Decorating Tips For Halloween

If you haven't put your Halloween decorations up yet, you need to hurry to get them in place. It's pretty common for homeowners to adorn their sidewalks, lawns, and porches with various scary figures and props, but how about adding some spookiness onto your roof as...

Pay Zero for Your New Roof (in the Long Run!)

Pay Zero for Your New Roof (in the Long Run!)

Often, when homeowners opt for renovations around the home, it is with the hope of making upgrades they have dreamed about implementing. Many of those same homeowners may assume that the improvements will pay off by increasing the value of their home. Unfortunately,...

How to Avoid Taking Summer Damage Into Fall

How to Avoid Taking Summer Damage Into Fall

Summer ends all too quickly, no matter where you live. While it may still feel warm outside, fall officially begins in less than two weeks. For homeowners, that means any outdoor damage they noticed in the summer could extend into the fall season. We discuss some of...

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