Between mid fall and the end of the season, a homeowner should clean out the gutters, especially if there are trees growing near the house. When you know you’ll be too busy or you’re affected by heights or you just
While technically it’s still summer, fall is on its way, bringing with it cooler temperatures and rainy weather. If you haven’t turned the heat on already, you most likely will soon. In the construction industry, the outside of a house
Downspouts are a very important part of a gutter system and an integral component in protection from water damage, including basement flooding. To help you properly maintain the downpipes on your home, here are some practical dos and don’ts. What
While one third of North American homes have vinyl siding, wood siding still remains very attractive to many homeowners for several reasons. It is durable; beautiful to look at; and recyclable when it finally does have to be replaced. It
This weekend, take advantage of the predicted rainfall to check the gutters. Especially after our nice long hot summer, and as we head into September, a gutter system should be in optimal working order to handle the stormy weather ahead.
Soffits are the underside panels of the eaves, while fascia boards cover the ends of roof rafters. Soffit and fascia are an integral part of the roofing system and play important roles in the longevity and comfort of your home.
You like hanging out in your backyard. But if you are haven’t checked underneath the deck in a while, or taken the containers away for recycling, your property could be a great place for pests of all kinds to gather.
Rainwater expelled from downspouts should be deposited a minimum of five feet away from the foundation of your home. When it’s too close for comfort, especially if the water pools or is left standing, serious water damage could develop. Using
Downspouts are the part of a gutter system that expel rainwater safely away from a home’s foundation. To ensure that they are working the way they should, look out for some common things that can go wrong with them. Buildup:
Siding is designed to protect your home from the elements. While it must be functional, the siding material you choose should also be esthetic, complementing the architectural style to create a harmonious exterior. Durable and beautiful, cedar is a popular