Because window installation can be a very complicated task, it’s not uncommon to hear of window contractors making mistakes during a project. However, the best window and siding contractors know that each mistake not only costs their clients, but also negatively affects their reputation, so they do everything they can to avoid these errors. Here’s a rundown of common mistakes and what they could cost you.[…] Read More
Roofing damage insurance protects homeowners from getting caught off-guard by unexpected expenses due to storm damage and other roof-related issues. However, there are so many things involved in filing for insurance that it’s common for people to have questions about it. Today, our team of roofers answer the most commonly-asked questions about roofing insurance.[…] Read More
If you reside in an area with frequent dry, humid weather, then you’re probably familiar with unsightly dark streaks on asphalt shingle roofs. A lot of people usually mistake this stain for dirt accumulation or mold and mildew buildup. However, the true culprit is called Gloeocapsa Magma, a blue-green algae that’s spread by airborne fungal spores. This means that if your neighbor’s roof has it, your roof has been exposed as well.[…] Read More
Gutters are a crucial component of your exterior property. The rain gutter system runs along the edge of your roof and is responsible for directing water away from the foundation of your home. If your gutters are old, they’re already ineffective due to constant exposure to heavy downpours and harsh sunlight, so you’ll likely experience unwanted issues such as overflowing gutters and basement flooding. Make sure to call a local gutter specialist to avoid dealing with these costly problems.
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Your front porch is a distinctive feature of your home that can boost curb appeal. One of the main considerations with porch design is whether or not it should be enclosed. Here the porch and siding contractors at Affordable Roofing, Siding and Gutters share a look at some reasons why you should consider enclosing your porch.
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