It’s a unique kind of fear that runs through the veins of a homeowner who notices water damage on their ceiling and/or walls. The signs are clear – some component of the roofing system has failed. Despite the knowing the exact location of the damage on the walls or ceiling, the actual affected area of the roof can be difficult to ascertain, which is why it’s important to have a trusted professional assist you.
With all the horror stories about construction projects that go wrong because something the contractor did, it’s no wonder that homeowners become so stressed out when it comes time to bring in a contractor to do the job right, on time and for a fair price.
Are you among those who believe a roof can’t be repaired or replaced in the winter months? Count yourself among the many. However, instead of throwing a tarp over the roof until spring rolls around, consider the alternative – hiring a team to do the job.
Keeping your siding in tip-top shape is important as it’s the barrier between the harsh elements and everything you hold dear within your home. There are times when the siding shows now outward signs of damage, but moisture is getting in, causing rot, mold, and a host of other issues that will soon become quite apparent in your home. So, how do you know when you need new siding?