You should always have a roofing contractor inspect your exterior after a storm. Along with your roof, your home’s siding—the largest part of your exterior—is the most susceptible to storm damage. Here are the signs of damage you need to keep an eye out for:
Spring is the best time for conducting home improvement projects, and siding replacement projects are no exception. Not convinced? Hynes Roofing & Siding, your local roofing contractor, elaborates on what makes springtime an ideal time for siding replacements below:
It’s easy to adore and enjoy the warmth and cozy that a fireplace can bring. But in order to maintain its appeal, it’s important to pay attention to your chimney as well.
It can be fun to start the year with a remodeling project, particularly a home addition. However, it’s not uncommon for homeowners to get discouraged by the cold winter weather. Here’s a pro tip: You can carry out your home addition plans even in the colder season.
The harsh winter weather brings unique challenges to your home. Doors freezing shut, like ice dams and other snow-related issues, is something to watch out for this time of the year. Today, Hynes Roofing & Siding, your local door and roofing contractor, discuss why it happens and how it can be prevented.