Whatever 2015 has brought for other markets, it’s clear that this year has been a positive one for new home sales. People are buying new homes 20% more often than last year, and it’s interesting to look at how this is possible considering the market turmoil in the past 9 years.
Winter is the most challenging season for roofs. Repairs become difficult if not impossible, and poor weather bombards roofs with damaging wind and water. It’s essential to have a checklist of roof maintenance and repair tasks to knock out before winter hits.
If you weren’t able to tackle some essential maintenance and repair tasks before winter, there are still some things you can do to help protect your roof when the storms hit. This post includes 5 repairs that can, and should, be done on a roof during the winter.
Metal roofs have a bad reputation for looking ugly and being expensive to install. But despite the initial higher cost, a metal roof has many key benefits that may make them a solid alternative to other types of roofs.
Your leak might be a hole, or unfastened shingles. When’s the last time you cleaned your gutters - even messy gutters can cause water to soak through your roof and damage the home interior. You might be surprised at how many different causes there are for a leaky roof.
At Exteriors Inc., we’re well aware of how competitive the roofing industry is in Vancouver, WA and Portland, OR. So we want you to make the right choice for your needs! Here are a few tips to choose the right roofing contractor the first time.
Don’t be too quick to replace your roof at the first sign of trouble - you could be wasting money by replacing your roof when all it needed were some quick repairs. This post covers a few basic tips for deciding whether to repair or replace.
Different types of siding reflect home owners’ tastes, cut down on building costs, or reducing long term maintenance, depending on the materials. Your choice of siding for your home shouldn’t be taken lightly.