We may not think about them often, but the gutters for our home serve a great purpose. They help control rainfall and ensure that your house doesn't fall prey to water damage. When our gutters break, it can result in serious damage to your home. The US experiences around 63.7 inches of rain each year
Roof damage from hail can be a real hassle. Not only it can cost you a lot in repairs, but it will also affect the living quality of your home. If left unrepaired, hail damage might even turn your house unlivable. But DIY roof repair isn’t the easiest thing to do for a layperson. Here
No one wants to deal with storm damage, but unfortunately, it happens. If you have homeowner's insurance, then making a roof damage insurance claim can help take the sting out of it a little bit by paying for the repairs. But you want to make sure you do it right. Keep reading for our tips
Keeping up with exterior home maintenance is a non-stop job. From the windows to landscaping, to roofing, there's a lot to keep up with. And over time, as seasons change and the weather takes its toll on your home, gutter installation will surely be something you'll need to consider. But where do you even begin?