Apart from improving curb appeal, your home's siding helps prevent water damage, pests, and other outdoor risks. On the flip side, it does suffer wear and tear over the years, making it necessary to replace it. Failure to do so can cause drawbacks such as wall deterioration, increased energy costs, mold, and even compromise your house's structural integrity. Despite t
- When a roof is in need of repair, you might not notice until it begins to leak. And quite often, especially for new roofs, a leak is not cause for a complete roof replacement. But no matter how old your roof is, a leak is a serious concern because it can cause extensive damage. Leaks also serve as a warning that you might need to replace your roof in the coming weeks
- A basement may be a sought-after space for some homeowners, but if this space is not renovated, it is likely that you will relegate it to makeshift storage space and possibly not make the most of it. Some people, granted, may not even know where to start when it comes to maximizing this space and subsequently leave it alone. Fortunately, a myriad of things can be done
- If you are like an increasingly high number of homeowners, you may be considering ditching your asphalt shingles in favor of metal roofing materials. While many homeowners are finding that the investment in a new metal roof is the right decision for them, like any major home improvement project, it is important to carefully consider both the pros and cons before you m
- You may not be a roofing contractor, but you might still wonder if it is possible for you to DIY some of your roofing work. In fact, you may be able to do some tasks on your own, but how do you know when it's time to hand over the project to a roofing pro? These are the projects you may have questions about and what you should do about them.