Need New Siding? Opt For A Complete Tear Off

Often, when one gets a new roof, the roof is placed over the old roof rather than completely torn off. This can be done with siding, too; however, there are several reasons why a complete tear off is best, even if it costs a little more. Your Windows And Doors Will End Up Recessed If new siding is placed over your old siding, the dimensions of the house's exterior increase by about an inch all around. [Read More]

How Your Roof Can Benefit From Spray Foam

Spray foam roofing is obviously not a solution that is suitable for every type of roof. In fact, it is usually only used on flat roofs on large commercial buildings. It is also commonly used on large apartment buildings and any other building that has a large, flat roof that is mostly not visible from the ground. But, this is not because spray foam is ugly or unattractive, it mainly has to do with the fact that spray foam can be applied very quickly and effectively to large surfaces. [Read More]

4 Ways To Care For Your New Fiber Cement Siding

Fiber cement is a popular siding option among homeowners, especially when compared to "traditional" vinyl and aluminum siding materials. While it may cost a little more to install initially, fiber cement siding is known for its long-lasting durability, making it a sound investment for many homeowners. Still, there's no such thing as a 100% maintenance-free siding material, so there are a few tips you'll want to follow to keep your fiber cement siding in the best shape possible. [Read More]

Dispelling Three Common Myths Related To Metal Roofing

There are many benefits associated with getting a metal roof. A metal roof is energy-efficient, has a long lifespan, requires minimal maintenance, and is the only roofing material that can be fully recycled when it is no longer a functional roof. However, despite these benefits, you may be unsure about installing a metal roof on your home due to myths that you may have heard about metal roofs. Here are three common myths related to metal roofing and the truth about these myths: [Read More]