Todays post is all about the importance of cleaning out your gutters, and keeping up on your routine gutter maintenance.
Before winter hits, make sure your gutters are clean, and free from any leaves/debris that may have collected throughout the year. Failing to do so could lead to roof leaks and/or water damage to the interior or exterior of you home. Your gutter system is very important to keep maintained.
Is your home ready for the fall/winter weather? Could you use some tips to make sure your home is ready?
You have come to the right place. For the next few weeks we will be giving you tips on ways to prepare your home for fall/winter. We can’t stress enough how important it is to keep up on routine maintenance of your home. If you aren’t capable of doing the maintenance yourself, contact your local contractors so they can insure it gets done properly. In the middle of winter the last thing you want to worry about is the furnace going out. Or something happening with your gutters because you weren’t able to get them cleaned out in time. The tips we provide will give you the knowledge to check your home and determine whether or not you are ready for the fall/winter season.
Recently we helped a customer update their old concrete patio with a new composite deck.
They contacted us looking for suggestions on how to modernize and make their patio more maintenance free. By constructing a new composite deck, we were able to help them. In addition, a rotten beam was replaced and covered with PVC coated metal. Then four new fiberglass columns were installed.
Are you planning to remodel your home? If the answer is yes, here are some tips on how to work with your contractor. Get started off on the right foot and maintain a good working relationship with your remodeling contractor.
Of course you know you’re a reasonable, understanding person with whom anyone would be happy to work with. However, if you’ve never been involved with a remodeling project before, you’d be surprised at what might happen! Read more “How To Work With Your Contractor”
Take our customer living in a 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom single family home in Troy, OH. They were in need of a new roof. Although, they were not interested in a roof that may need to be replaced in 20 – 25 years. They asked us for some options and we began discussing the advantages of a metal roof. Read more “A Metal Roof Can Last A Lifetime!”