Roof leaks are a nasty consequence of roof damage. In most cases, roof leaks are caused by missing or damaged shingles, which lets water enter the roof system and, eventually, the inside of your home. Roof leaks develop slowly – some can take 2-4 years to show – and they travel from the source. That’s why it’s important to know what to look for! Read More→
When a potential buyer pulls up to your home, what will be their first impression? If the outside of your home leaves something to be desired, especially in comparison to the rest of the neighborhood, you could be in trouble. A buyer’s first impression will set the tone for the rest of the house. Even with beautiful features inside, they’re already looking at the property with a preconceived notion in mind. Curb appeal is crucial in real estate and plays a significant role in determining home value.
Increase your home’s appeal to potential buyers and get to the closing table faster with these five upgrades.
Yearly roof inspections are vital to the health and safety of your home – but did you know Spring is the best time to get one? Waiting until after the cold weather passes is the ideal time to check for signs of damage and to make sure your home is ready for the spring storm season! Read More→
Selling a home is stressful even when everything goes right. There is A LOT of time, energy, paperwork and emotions that go into it and even small complications can feel like massive burdens.
So, when homeowners ask us if they should get a roof inspection before they list their home, our answer is always yes! Read More→
With warmer temperatures around the corner, now is the time to head outside and spring into action! Tackle these spring home maintenance tasks now and avoid a big repair bill later.
If we’ve learned anything from HGTV, it’s that home improvement projects can increase your home’s value. But, did you know that basic home maintenance can be just as valuable? Without proactive maintenance – like regular roof inspections – your home could lose up to 10% of its value.
Most homeowners are surprised to learn that almost 50% of their home’s energy bills are related to heating and cooling. Are your monthly energy bills literally going through the roof? The first place you should check is our roof.
Love is in the air this month, so why not show your home some affection too? After all, home is where the heart is! Here are just a few ways you can give your home some TLC and prevent costly repairs. Read More→
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→