Warmer weather generally makes us happier. There is beauty in winter, but that notion only lasts so long until we are all begging for spring to arrive! It’s an ideal time for many homeowners to get outside and evaluate their home’s exterior. Being a bit bias on the subject, we strongly encourage you to check out your roof as soon
Essential Tips and Tricks for Improving Your Home
Being a homeowner can be rewarding, but frustrating at times. There are so many things to consider. Every month we pinpoint a different topic to help with simple homeowner tips and suggestions.
As a business owner, you wear many hats. You probably balance the budget, network, manage HR, and much more! Another responsibility that falls on your shoulders is to maintain your building, which includes the roof. Most of the time, business and office buildings in Ohio will have flat-top roofs. They require a different type of care than your home’s typical
Your Windows Could Be To Blame For That Cold House! No one wants to be cold in the comfort of their own home. Well, then why is it still cold house all winter? Sure, the temperature outside has reached freezing and maybe you are just always cold even in the summers. But have you ever thought that your windows could
If you have the unfortunate circumstance such as roof replacement or the fortunate circumstance of building your own home, you get to decide on what type of roof you’d like to have! Most homeowners never get the chance of picking a roof. How do you decide upon the many options that are out there? Are some better than others? The
Roof Maintenance Vs Roof Replacement Replacing a roof is not cheap. This is no secret. When selling or buying a house, we cross our fingers tightly for a successful roof inspection. Want good results? We have the secret! It’s all about care. Think of your roof maintenance as you would think of your car. We take them in for tune-ups,
It’s sweater weather! While we love the current cozy feeling of dropping temperatures, it won’t be long before we are cooped up indoors. For the intolerably cold months, you’ll need to prepare your home for winter to minimize the risk of winter storm damage. We have some tips that will help keep your house cozy, but also keep your energy