Gutters and downspouts serve a vital role in keeping your roof—and your entire home—free from water damage. When it rains, they channel water down and away from your home so that it doesn’t collect and leave pools of water that can seep into ceilings, walls, or basements. Working together, gutters and downspouts are the essential elements of your home’s irrigation system.Read more
One of the things you may discover when spring cleaning your roof is the presence of mold or mildew. This can occur anytime moisture gets trapped on the surface of your roof, so it’s not uncommon to find some growth with the first thaw of spring.Read more
Spring in Bucks County means a lot of things—warmer weather, longer days, blooming flowers, and, for homeowners, the chance to ensure the safety, integrity, and appearance of their roof.
After the harsh winter months, there are two things homeowners should do to take care of this vital part of their home...Read more
Spring has finally come to Bucks County, and with it thoughts of making sure our homes have survived a winter that introduced us to unpleasant weather terms like “polar vortex.” Now that the weather is starting to warm, it’s time to inspect our roofs for winter damage.Read more
In our last article we talked about the importance of inspecting your roof for winter weather damage—preferably using a professional roofer for thoroughness and safety. One way to better your chances of passing such an inspection with little to no damage is to perform regular maintenance on your roof during the winter months.Read more
Despite the optimism of Punxsutawney Phil, winter is still well underway in Southeast Pennsylvania, with some pretty major storm systems already in the books. Snow and ice, particularly the heavy kind we saw in recent weeks, can take a significant toll on a roof.Read more