Category: News & Articles
Created: Wednesday, 06 June 2018 12:08
You’ve been putting a lot of time, energy and money into fixing up your house. Maybe you’ve put in new flooring, fixtures, appliances, countertops, etc. Now you’re looking a larger update - your roof. As a homeowner, you surely wonder from time to time if you’re due for a new roof, especially if your current one is 20+ years old. A roof, just like everything else in your home, will suffer from wear and tear. Since your home is one of, if not THE largest investment to your name, you need to be aware of everything. Thankfully, when it comes to your roof, you can look for signs of damage without having to call in a pricy contractor. Here’s how:
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