Gutter cleaning can be a tedious chore that pops up on spring and fall cleaning lists. The beautifully wooded landscapes of the Shenandoah Valley are partially to blame for the frequency of this chore which often takes longer than you expected.
Metal roofing has been an industry standard for years. Galvanized metal roofs once dotted farmhouses up and down the Shenandoah Valley and even historical homes in downtown Harrisonburg and Staunton.
Building a sunroom is an exciting opportunity to expand upon the square footage of your home with a beautiful room ideal for relaxing and entertaining.
Gutter guards mount over gutter openings and prevent leaves, debris, and even critters from lodging in your gutters.
If it’s been a long time since you purchased a roof, or if this is your first purchase, you have a lot to learn. A roof is a significant investment and should be researched properly. Ask questions of friends and family and discuss your project with a professional. Use this guide as an added resource.
Gutter guards are an effective tool in keeping organic debris from building up in your gutters.
When you’re planning your Spring projects, make sure you put gutter cleaning on your list. Whether you do it yourself or hire a professional, plan on cleaning your gutters twice a year.
Gutter guards prevent the accumulation of organic matter in your gutters. They play a pivotal role in keeping gutters free flowing and dry which in turn keeps your home’s facade from deteriorating.
A roof inspection is important to maintaining the value of your home and keeping your family safe. Consider it preventative maintenance for your home, like yearly trips to the doctor and dentist keeps you healthy.
Properly installed gutters are critical to keeping your home in tip-top shape.
Ice dams are the result of heat escaping your home in the winter, melting the snow and ice on your roof and refreezing that water along your roof’s overhang. This might sound like a minor issue, but the safety implications shouldn’t be neglected.