Strong winds, heavy rain and flying debris from a storm can easily damage your roofing system. That’s why you should conduct a thorough roof inspection after any storm passes to determine if you’ll need a new roofing system. Read on as Exterior Source, the area’s home improvement expert, discusses a few things you should know about storm damage restoration:
Fall is one of the most charming seasons filled with apple-picking, pumpkin spice-flavored everything, and gorgeous autumn scenery. It’s also one of the best seasons for tackling home improvement projects. With the humidity and hot weather of summer tapering off, now is the perfect time to get
outside and work on the exterior of your home. Besides the favorable weather, fall is also a good time to hire a contractor for home improvements, as they typically aren’t as busy during this time of year.
While the gutters may appear to be an auxiliary part of your home, they actually play a key role in protecting the entire home from water damage. Despite this, it’s one of your home’s most vulnerable structures, as it can easily get filled with dirt and debris that can clog and outright damage it.
At Exterior Source, we’re more than just a roofing contractor. We are home improvement experts, experienced in enhancing the curb appeal of your home through our exterior services. Installing a deck is one of the best ways to do this, and we’re proud to offer one of the best deck systems for your home – Zuri® Premium Decking.
Whether it’s your first hurricane as a homeowner or you’ve been through many over the years, it’s easy to forget things as you prepare for hurricanes. Here are 8 things you may not have done that you should consider as a hurricane closes in:
Establishing an outdoor living space in your backyard is one of the fastest ways to improve the curb appeal of your home. Contrary to what you might think, it doesn’t cost that much to pull off.
A gutter system is an important part of any home! With LeafGuard gutters, you’re getting the best rain protection system around, keeping water damage at bay to preserve your home’s foundation and exterior. The infographic below explains the advantages of a LeafGuard gutter system for your home!