Sometimes you can easily tell by just looking at the roof. The most common roofing issues are missing shingles, leaks, and holes in your roof. Other times, the signs are not visible to you, such as pipe collar cracks or rotting plywood. All these issues indicate that maybe it’s time to get a replacement to prevent any problems resulting from a damaged roof.
The first factor that will determine the cost of your new roof is the size of your roof. Other factors like old roof removal, style, shape, chimneys, skylights and vents will affect the cost as well. And finally it depends on what material you choose and how long you want your roof to last. We provide our customers with only the highest quality materials and help them choose the best long-term roofing solution for their home.
First, we send one of our roofing inspectors to examine your roof. Our estimators have profound experience in roofing and they are more than qualified to answer any questions that you might have about your project. After that, we prepare a detailed quote that includes the best options and recommendations for replacing your roofing system.
Yes, of course! We provide free estimates on roofing projects to homeowners. We can do a full assessment of your roofing system upon request and offer you an estimate when you're ready to get started on the project.
It depends on the condition and age of your roof material. As long as your roof isn't too old and the roofing material shows only a few signs of wear, a well-done repair could extend the life of your roof and keep you from having to get a new one.
If the roofing material is showing strong signs of wear and tear, or if you are experiencing frequent leaks, your entire roof may need to be replaced.
You will be given a free leak assessment, after which we will make recommendations on the best course of action.
There are certain signs that indicate it’s time to think about replacement, among them cracks, rot, blisters, fungus, paint fading, moisture on the inside of your property, higher energy bills, and more.
If you are not sure if your siding needs replacement, contact us today at 855-953-7326. We provide free consultations to homeowners during which our highly qualified estimators answer all your questions and help you make a decision.
It will depend on a number of factors like your property size and style, the material you choose, and more.
To answer that question we will conduct an onsite survey, discuss your preferences, your particular needs and your budget with you and prepare a detailed proposal with accurate pricing for your consideration.
Replacing soffits is not strictly necessary when you replace siding, especially if you have already replaced them as a part of your roofing project, or if they are in good shape and not showing any signs of wear and tear. However, we think replacing them will be the best option here if we want to make sure all elements on your exterior match or to make sure it is fully protected, especially when your soffits are damaged.
Though installing siding during winter can become a little complicated, it's not impossible. With an experienced crew and proper care of the siding materials it can be done perfectly well. You can even get some benefits like convenient scheduling, shorter completion times, no landscaping to worry about and immediate relief as your new siding keeps your home warm in freezing temperatures.
Don't hesitate to reach out and schedule your free estimate with us - we’ve successfully performed numerous winter siding installations.
Different siding materials require different levels of maintenance.
It requires a lot of maintenance as wood is highly affected by the environmental factors and pests. You should inspect it every 6 months, clean it every year and repaint it every 2-5 years.
It requires little maintenance. You should inspect and wash it annually, and paint if needed.
All you need to do is inspect it for scratches and wash annually.
It requires annual inspection and washing, as well as painting every 10-20 years.
Following these simple steps will help you keep your siding looking good and increase its service life.
In terms of energy efficiency, insulated vinyl siding is going to perform better. It's rather energy efficient due to its great thermal resistance and the fact that the insulation fills the space between the wall and the siding itself. The insulated vinyl siding can keep your home warm and dry in any weather.
If you’d like to discuss the advantages of different types of siding, please contact us at 855-953-7326.
Some siding options offer noise reducing benefits. Research shows that insulated vinyl siding can reduce noise significantly. Many homeowners claim that afer siding replacement their homes became quieter. This is especially crucial for those who live in busy streets and suffer from loud traffic noises. This can really be a problem when you come home after a busy day and all you want is to relax in quite, but all those sounds interfere.
We install numerous types of siding and can help you with noise reduction. Call us at 855-953-7326 to find out more!
Stucco is one of the favorite siding choices due to its duraboility and the variety of colors and textures it offers. If properly installed it can last for years as it’s weather resistant and requires very little maintenance. Its life span can reach up to 80 years or even more if well maintained.
Stucco damage can have several causes, water damage, foundation shifts or poor installation among them.
Stucco is installed to prevent water from entering your home. So its important to avoid doing DIY projects on your stucco walls penetrating them with nails or screws. You should always hire a professional for any such job to ensure proper care of the stucco material.
Gutters should keep water away from stucco walls as continuous water exposure can damage stucco.
In order to avoid damage during the installation, choose only highly experienced stucco installers who can guarantee excellent workmanship. Give us a call at 855-953-7326 to schedule a free consultation and learn more about us and what we can offer.
It’s not that difficult as it may seem, though it's definitely not a DIY project and should be performed by skilled professionals only. Re-stuccoing is not simply adding a new layer of stucco over the existing one. The surface of the existing stucco will most likely need to be prepared before applying a new layer of stucco. The existing paint should be removed to ensure proper bonding of a new layer of stucco. Simply painting over the existing stucco is not a solution, as paint traps moisture inside your stucco and this causes deterioration and decay.
Stucco requires little to no maintenance. It should be washed occasionally, inspected for holes and cracks and repaired when necessary.
If any repairs are required they should be addressed in a timely manner to prevent further damage. Please contact your installer if you find any cracks.
Stucco should be washed with a mild cleaner and water. Pressure washing is not recommended as it may cause damage to the finish and consequently to the stucco.
It’s crucial for stucco to adhere to a surface to make sure it’s durable and secure. With a painted surface it can be a problem, therefore it’s best to have the existing paint removed before applying stucco. We strongly recommend preparing the surface of the existing stucco before applying a new layer of stucco. The existing paint should be removed to ensure proper bonding.
The answer is yes, but you need to follow simple steps to avoid having problems: wash stucco, let it dry and make sure it has been dry for a couple of days before painting, use only paint suited for stucco surfaces. Stucco can be painted with cement-based paints or a colored stucco finish can be used to get ‘texture’.
Painting stucco offers some advantages, like preventing moisture from penetrating stucco, covering stains and giving your walls a fresher look, filling small cracks and protecting stucco from sun exposure.
There are numerous signs you should pay attention to. First of all, certain plumbing problems like water leaks and the quality of water. Apart from that, outdated or degraded fixtures, worn tiles and walls also show age giving your bathroom an outdated feeling.
There is no simple answer to that. As with a kitchen it depends on the scope of the remodeling and the availability of the materials. The bigger the project, the longer it takes. A full remodeling may take two to four weeks if there are no breaks during the process. If you have a project in mind, contact us to schedule a free consultation. We will help you decide on the course of action.
Remodeling in stages or partial remodeling would definitely be an option if you don’t have another bathroom or have a limited budget. You can start with changing bathroom fixtures, installing a new shower or tub and updating lighting. And then you can change the flooring and the tiles whenever you are ready. Installing new cabinets and vanity requires the budget, so if you are going for a cost-effective renovation, this can be done later.
If you have a limited budget and want to stay within it then you could update your kitchen without gutting it. First of all, think of painting the cabinetry instead of changing it completely. You can change countertops and appliances, add a backsplash, change or add lighting.
The time frame can be different depending on several factors, such as the extent of the renovations and the availability of the materials. It can take several weeks to renovate your kitchen.
First of all you should get an idea what look and style you want. You can contact our consultant to discuss your vision and goals. Before the work starts you will want to clear the kitchen area of your personal belongings.