Five Causes Of Loose Roof Shingles
2 February 2021
Loose shingles can occur on both a newly installed roof or an old one. Knowing why the shingles are loose can help you prevent the problem in the future.
1. Failed Nails
Failed nails and hardware is the most likely cause of a loose shingle. If you have a loose shingle on a newer roof, then the issue was likely at installation and the nail wasn't properly installed. For an older roof, the nail may have worked loose over time due to moisture and temperature fluctuations.
Holiday Plumbing Emergencies: Four Tips To Help You Prevent Them
30 November 2020
Christmas is considered the most wonderful time of year. Of course, that is unless you are experiencing severe plumbing issues in your home. To ensure that your home is ready to handle the dozens of guests that may be coming to your home for a holiday dinner, keep reading to learn a few things that you should to do.
Clear All of Your Drains
During the holidays, your drains take in a lot more than what you could ever believe.
Recommendations For Home Roof Maintenance And Upkeep
7 October 2020
The roof of your home is a large barrier of protection to your lifestyle, possessions, and your family. For this reason, it is essential that you keep an eye on your roof's condition and make or hire professional repairs as soon as possible if there is an issue. The following are some insightful recommendations to help you take care of your home's roof and keep it maintained.
Make DIY Repairs
Tips For Effectively Communicating With Your Custom Home Builder
27 August 2020
When you decide to have a custom home built, it is important to know that the process can be exciting and stressful at the same time. Having a home designed and constructed from the ground up is a big project, and it can be overwhelming at times. One simple way to make the process easier and ensure that it goes as smoothly as possible is by communicating with your custom home builder.