Summer is a great time to take care of some roofing issues before the bad weather hits. Whether your roof was just installed or is decades old, following these summer roofing tips will help keep it in good condition and prevent future damage.
You’ve been planning this renovation for months. You’ve picked out the perfect fixtures, tile and paint colors; you know exactly how to use space in your bathroom so it will feel roomy but not too big. But when the day finally arrives and you start tearing out walls or ripping up old carpeting, what inevitably happens? You realize you’ve made some common bathroom renovation mistakes.
Most people think they need to replace their roof every 20 years. However, the average lifespan of a roof is around 20 years. This can vary depending on the material used, the climate and a number of other factors. So, how often do you need to replace your roof?
If you’re like most homeowners, you’re always looking for ways to make your home eco-friendly and using natural lawn pest control can be a great way to do so. You may have even tried organic pest control methods in the past with mixed results.
A storm can do a lot of damage to a roof. If your roof has been damaged, it is important to know what the signs of damage are, and how to make an insurance claim. In this blog post, we will discuss the different types of storm damage that can occur, as well as the repair procedures for each type of damage. We will also answer some common questions about storm damage claims and insurance coverage. So if you have recently experienced a storm, please keep reading!
Be it a second-floor or upstairs bathroom, many bathrooms don’t have a window. Why don’t many bathrooms have windows? The primary reason is that there are cheaper alternatives to ventilate the room. Installing a window costs around $6,000, which drives up the price of construction. Further, homeowners want privacy in their bathroom, which is hard to get if you have a bathroom window facing your neighbor’s kitchen.
If you’re like most homeowners, you want a lush, green lawn that’s free of pests. One common pest that can cause problems for your lawn is the grub. Grubs are the larval stage of beetles, and they can damage your lawn by eating the roots. Grub killers can help but knowing when the best time to use grub control on your lawn can be a little tricky. In this blog post, we’ll discuss when to use grub control on your lawn so you can keep those pesky critters at bay!
Since it costs anywhere from $6,000 to $11,000 to replace your roof, you want to ensure that the job gets done correctly. Many homeowners ask a recurring question: “do gutters have to be removed when replacing a roof?” The answer depends on the type of roof, but you should remove your home’s gutters before replacing your roof in most cases.
There’s a big difference between settling cracks vs. foundation cracks and the sight of cracks is frightening to any homeowner. However, not all cracks are cause for concern. As the name implies, settling cracks are common and appear when the foundation begins to “settle.” On the other hand, foundation cracks may cause widescale issues.
Unless you live in the middle of a desert and have rocks for a yard, you should know a thing or two about lawn care vs landscaping. The big question is: do you see the difference between the two? Many people confuse landscaping for lawn care and vice versa.