Hail. It’s a reality of your life if you make your home in Colorado. Afternoon thunderstorms with high winds and hail can be expected almost every day in the summer. If you’re a homeowner in the Denver area you know all too well the damage that can be caused by hail, especially to your roof. Unfortunately there’s not much you can do to stop the ice from hurtling from the sky towards your roof, but you can repair the damage with little to no stress if you follow this guideline for what to do if you have hail damage to your roof or other parts of your home.
Gutters perform the very important task of routing water and debris away from your roof so your siding, windows, and yard aren’t damaged. If you notice that your gutters are rusty or leaking, it may be time to replace them. Here are the 5 things to consider when choosing new gutters for your home:
You probably don’t think about your roof that often, but it is actually one of the most important components of your home. It protects you from the elements, it can help you stay warm or cool by attracting or reflecting heat, and it also has an aesthetic aspect. As far as aesthetics go, consider that your roof may comprise upwards of 40% of your home’s visible exterior surface area, thus the choice of roofing material can drastically influence your curb appeal.
To make sure you get a new roof which is both functional and attractive, keep these 6 things in mind:
Depending on what type of siding you have, the lifespan is generally 20 to 40 years. Because the lifespan is so long, most homeowners don’t think about their siding too much and might easily overlook signs that the siding is at the end of its lifespan and needs to be replaced. These are six signs that it is time to replace your siding: