Whether you need a new roof installed or just have hail damage that needs repair, finding a dependable roofer can seem like an overwhelming task. There are literally hundreds of roofing companies in the Denver metro area. How do you choose just one?
When selecting a roofing contractor, keep in mind that the people you hire will be around and on top of your home, coming into contact with you and your loved ones on a daily basis for days or weeks, depending on the work needed. You want to make sure they are trustworthy and will work efficiently and with integrity.
Here are a few tips for how to choose the best roofer in Denver:
With the latest bout of freezing temperatures in the Mile High City, a lot of us are looking at ways to keep our heating bills down. There are a few relatively easy things you can do around your house to stop drafts and make your home more secure against the cold air. Most of these things can be accomplished in an afternoon or on a weekend, with very little cost.
Check out the article below from PopularMechanics.com on “9 Sneaky Ways to Cut Your Home Heating Bills”:
Whenever a new year comes along, we are interested to see what is trending and popular in our industry. As a homeowner, you are bound to be interested in the latest and greatest for the interior and exterior of your home. Of course, as a roofing and siding company, we are eager to share with you the trends in roofing and siding for the coming year.
Vinyl siding remains one of the most popular choices among homeowners for their home’s exterior finish. And no wonder. It is protective, durable, long-lasting, and aesthetically pleasing. Vinyl siding can last up to 20-40 years, which is quite a long time. If, however, it is time to re-side your home, or you want to freshen the color of your current siding, here are some color trends to consider that are in vogue for 2015 and beyond.
We have had a great deal of snow in Denver over the past couple of weeks! In fact, we have already received five inches more snow in January so far compared to the full month of January last year, according to the National Weather Service.
While the ski resorts are enjoying the benefits of all the fresh powder, here in town we are wondering just what to do with all the snow and ice on our roofs and in our gutters.
The good news is, most residential roofs are required by building codes to withstand the heaviest snows for that particular part of the country. Home improvement expert Jon Eakes says, “Theoretically, if your roof is built to code, it’s built to support more than the normal load of snow and ice.”
If you concerned about the weight of excessive snow and ice on your roof, however, here is how you to know if you might have a problem. When doors on interior walls begin to stick, that signals there’s enough weight on the center structure of the house to distort the door frame. Ignore doors on exterior walls but check interior doors leading to second-floor bedrooms, closets, and attics in the center of your home. Also, examine the drywall