We just can’t say enough about the importance of performing regular maintenance on your roof. Every day, your roof is working hard to protect your home, fighting against the sun, wind, rain, hail, leaves, twigs and other debris that builds up over time.
With triple digit temperatures outside, it can be hard to keep your house cool without cranking the air conditioner and driving your utility bills through the roof. Here are some tips to help you combat the heat.
We live in a part of the state that doesn’t sustain direct hits like the coastal areas do, but we can be affected by the tremendous amounts of rain and the high winds from storms that strike the Gulf coast, as we saw last year when Harvey made landfall and stalled.
Spring is here and that means so is storm season. Many of those storms will contain hail. If you’ve just experienced a spring storm that dropped potentially property damaging hail stones, it’s important that you know what to do next.
We love seeing all of the beautifully lit homes at Christmastime! But did you know that hanging lights from your roof and shingles could cause damage to your roof that could lead to water infiltration?