How To Find Roof Leaks

As a homeowner, one of the last things that you want to deal with is a leak in your roof. When you realize that you have one, you definitely don't want to ignore it, as this can lead to more expensive and extensive damage in the long run. To prevent further damage and the need for significant repairs, you want to determine where the leak is coming from as quickly as you can. Read More 

3 Things To Know About Your Home’s Gutters As They Age

You probably don't give your home's gutters much thought, but when it rains your gutters are essential for getting water off of your roof quickly. Poorly maintained or broken gutters can lead to roof damage faster than you may think. As with many things in your home, with age your gutters may start to break down. It's important that you work to keep your gutters in working order. Here are three things that you should know as your home's gutters get older. Read More 

Basement Flooding, Waterproofing, & More | Common Questions

You open up the basement door to carry down a box of something for storage, and much to your dismay, there are several inches of water standing on the floor. For a homeowner who has otherwise had a fairly dry basement, standing water can be an alarming site. Even though there are all kinds of waterproofing methods out there and professionals who can help, most homeowners don't know a great deal about basement flooding and waterproofing. Read More 

Suspecting Foundation Problems? Get To The Bottom Of The Issues Fast

There are a lot of ways that you can tell the foundation is shifting and moving, even if you can't tell at a glance that it is. If you fear that you have problems and you aren't sure what to do, you need to act right away to stop the problem and to prevent further concerns. Look around your home for the following signs, and then talk with the contractors about these things to find out what can be done. Read More 

A Guide To Roof Tile Repair

Many of the most common roof problems with tiled roof are actually easy to fix. In fact, when the actual roof tiles are damaged, it usually doesn't have a big effect on the functionality and insulation of the roof. However, it is the actual roof deck that you need to worry about. When the roofing material becomes loose or leaky, moisture can penetrate the deck underneath it, causing it to rot and become leaky. Read More