45% of Americans resolve to lose weight each year. Are you one of them? If so, we want to help you exercise and improve your DIY home skills at the same time! Check out these home maintenance projects and see how many calories you can burn while completing them around your home! *Calorie burn from CalorieLab. Read More→
Almost everyone makes a New Year’s Resolution at some point. Some people decide to lose weight, save more money, or stop bad habits. While all of those are great, they can be hard to keep year long. Instead of going the traditional route when picking your New Year’s resolution, we have a better idea – resolve to improve your home! With a few easy commitments, you can: Read More→
Santa comes only once a year, so you want to make sure your roof is ready! Christmas Eve, he will be stopping by your house, so why not make it the best experience possible for him? Here are some helpful tips to prepare your roof for Santa’s big landing on December 24th: Read More→
A little preventative home maintenance this winter can reduce energy costs, prevent expensive disasters, and spot future repairs to take care of when warmer weather returns. There are a few must-do home maintenance chores that will help keep your home from having some major emergency issues this winter. Here are our top tips to keep your home in shape: Read More→
Waiting to fix a roof problem is like playing Russian Roulette – inevitable with no sense of timing. Even with small issues, it’s only a matter of time before it becomes so big it affects the entire roof system and causes expensive repairs. Read on to learn how you can avoid the five most common (and costly) scenarios that can happen if you ignore roof damage warning signs.
November is a busy time of year – you have to prep for holiday guests, plan Thanksgiving, start holiday shopping… the list could go on!
No wonder winter roof maintenance is the last thing on your mind!
If your home was hit by severe weather this winter, who knows what might be lurking up on your roof? Blisters, punctures, curling, or missing shingles… if left unrepaired the damage might come back to haunt you. If you have not yet scheduled a yearly roof inspection, now’s the time. Read More→
It’s October, and that means it’s time to decorate for Halloween! While many people decorate their lawns, sidewalks and porches (the better to scare people with, right?), adding props and figures to your roof can add an extra “wow” factor to your décor. Read More→
Homeowners usually undergo home improvement projects with the expectation of upgrading their current space into something they have always wanted. Although homeowners expect upgrades to add significant value to their home, most home improvement projects won’t add that much to the bottom line if you sell.
A new roof can average over $10,000, making it one of the more expensive home improvement tasks, but don’t let the cost scare you! There are several ways that your new roof could put the cash back in your pocket. Here’s how: