Cracks above your windows, doors that are inexplicably sticking, and uneven floors can all be signs that something is deeply wrong with your home’s foundation. If you notice some of these symptoms your best option is likely to call an expert.
When your home’s roof falls into disrepair, you may notice immediate or gradual increases in your monthly energy bills during both summer and winter seasons. An aging and damaged roof can waste energy in numerous ways, all of them leading to higher monthly bills.
Summer is moving season, but if you move into a new home in summer, you may have some surprises waiting for you your first winter in the new home. Maybe the house isn’t as well-insulated as it looks, or maybe the roof is prone to ice dam leaks. Some roofs tend to get a lot more ice dams than others.
Your roof is durable enough to withstand damage from sun, wind, and rain. However, without a proper drainage system, water and snow that builds on the roof cannot properly escape. If you’ve been neglecting your drainage system, or it’s damaged, check out these areas of your home that can be negatively impacted.
Shingles are your roof’s first line of defense, and the roof protects the house, which makes shingles critical to your house’s integrity. Thus, shingles that blow off the roof risk all kinds of damage to your house. Know why shingles may blow off the roof and how you can mitigate the damage.