1. What to Consider Before Doing DIY Home Improvements

    America is a nation of do-it-yourselfers. You'll find the DIY spirit anywhere you look, from motorists changing their own oil to amateur web designers creating an online presence for their small business. This same spirit applies to home improvement projects, many of which are well within the reach of the average person. But achieving success in these endeavors requires knowing your limits. In thi…Read More

  2. Hazards of Roof Leaks

    Having a leak in your roof can sound more like an expensive inconvenience than anything else, but it’s important to note that a leaky roof can be hazardous to you and your family. there are several very serious hazards to having roof leaks. Having rain consistently penetrate your home’s most important physical barrier can do tremendous damage, and not just to your pocketbook. Mold Where there…Read More

  3. Calculating Return on Your Roof Investment

    As it relates to a home, the phrase “roof over your head” usually calls to mind thoughts of comfort, protection, and physical security. But it can also reflect another type of security—the financial kind. As long as a roof keeps rain out and isn’t riddled with holes from the latest hailstorm, let’s face it, the roof is often taken for granted. And nothing feels more like a punch to the g…Read More

  4. Should I Replace the Roof Before Selling My Home?

    Selling a home is a highly involved process, and you’ll have many things you’ll need to do before the sale goes through. One of those is making sure your home is in the best condition possible, including the roof. A damaged or aged roof can diminish your home’s overall value and make it harder to sell. (more…)…Read More

  5. metal roof myths

    5 Metal Roof Myths

      Durable, fire resistant, and low-maintenance, metal roofs can enhance the beauty and value of your home. However, many people have reservations about installing them, largely due to misconceptions and myths. Here, we’ll dispel five common metal roof myths. (more…)…Read More

  6. Replacing Roof vs Overlay Roof

    Overlay Roof Pros and Cons

    When a Texas storm delivers a good pounding, there may be too much damage to your roof for it to be repaired. You may need a new roof. One option you have for roof replacement is to install an overlay roof. This is when the new roof is installed on top of the existing roof. The primary benefit of an overlay roof is to eliminate the costs of time and money used to tear away the old roof. With savin…Read More

  7. Roof Evaluation

    How Do I Know if My Roof Needs to Be Evaluated?

    Your roof has an estimated lifespan, but it will only last that long if it’s properly maintained. Studies show that a roof that isn’t cared for as it should be will only last about half its expected life. Regular evaluations are important for keeping a roof in good shape. So how do you know when your roof needs to be evaluated? Look for these signs that indicate your roof is ready for an inspe…Read More

  8. Lifetime Shingle Warranty

    Among the materials used in your roof, the most important are probably the shingles. These help prevent the elements from getting inside, give your roof some resiliency, and add a pleasant aesthetic to your home’s overall appearance.  test (more…)…Read More

  9. Ceiling Water Damage—What to Do When You Find It

    You’ve noticed an ugly, circular discoloration on the ceiling.  As you move closer to examine the ceiling, you hope it is just your eyes, or shadows cast by the lamp. But it’s real; it’s a water stain.  Now what?  Does this mean new drywall and insulation, tape/bed/texture, paint . . .  (more…)…Read More