Your home is more than just a major financial investment; it’s your haven, where your family makes precious memories. The place that houses the people, and things most special to you needs to be protected and maintained.
As far as your home’s first line of defense against the elements, it doesn’t get much more important than your roof. From weather events to structural damage, it’s the thing standing between you a lot of potentially expensive repairs. All of the reasons above are why it’s vital to keep your roof in excellent condition!
If you’re looking for someone to access or repair your roof, it can feel daunting to find the right contractor. We get it; it’s hard to know who to trust! Read on below for our six tips for hiring a Roofing Contractor with confidence.
The weather is finally getting warmer, spring is in the air, and you’ve noticed your roof has seen better days. Now that you’ve decided it’s time for a little repair work, next comes the fun part: decision-making.
Many people may think that new roofing and siding aren’t worth the investment if they’re considering selling their house. However, there are several benefits to taking on this project before putting your house on the market - including a sizable return on investment.
The roof of your home is the equivalent to the skin on your body. It is the first line of defense to protect the interior of your home from damage from the elements. When your roof begins to deteriorate, your home risks interior damage that could lead to it becoming unlivable. Water can begin to get into the home, causing bigger problems, such as mold and even weaker structures. Therefore, when your roof begins to exhibit a problem, it is time to get it repaired or replaced immediately. Since time has passed since your first roof was installed, you may find that not only do you need a new roof, but you want a new material for your roof. Here are some tips on choosing the right material for your roof.
Summer in Minnesota means a lot of fun things like lazy lake days, weekend barbecues, or late-night bonfires. However, there are some downsides to sunny summer temps, for example, severe weather can often accompany those hot and humid days. Before you know it, a sunny summer day can turn into a stormy summer evening.
Cleaning up and accessing damage after summer storms pass through can feel overwhelming. Where do you start? Who do you call first? We know it's tempting to get down to business and tackle things on your own, but here's why we recommend giving the pros a call first!
Rey Cintron is the owner of R & R Remodeling, Inc. and an expert in the residential remodeling industry.