After experiencing a large storm, it’s important to assess the damage done to your property. Hailstorms are destructive but the damage caused might vary. It depends on wind velocity, building materials, barriers, hail size and density.
Days are shorter and temperatures are colder. There is no way to avoid it. Winter is on its way. No doubt you’ll be counting on your home to keep you safe and warm during the darkest months. You will, quite literally, want a reliable roof over your head. But those colder conditions serve a serious threat to your home. Luckily, there are steps you can take now to prepare your roof for the upcoming weather.
Winter storms will soon be gripping the region. You’ll be shoveling out your car, driveway, and sidewalks. But don’t stop there. Take a look up at your roof and check things out. A wintry mix of snow, sleet, rain, and ice is not only troublesome for driving conditions but can also cause serious damage to roofs. Here is what to watch for once Old Man Winter gets your roof in his icy grasp. (more…)
As time progresses, there is a good chance mold will grow on your roof. If you leave roof mold alone, it will eventually damage your home. Let’s take a look at how you can identify mold on your roof, why it forms and what can be done to stop it from spreading.
Does your gutter seem to be a waste of money by collecting very little to no rainwater at all? If your answer is yes, then a gutter apron is definitely missing in action. A gutter apron is a specialized drip edge design meant to direct rainwater directly into the gutter. The apron is normally installed over the roof edge, while folded at about 120 degrees, and hangs into the gutter.