The last hail storm reported in Knoxville was in June of last year, with hailstones averaging at about an inch in diameter. While hail storm rates vary wildly throughout Tennessee, it still pays to get your roof ready and protected for when it comes.
Having trees near your home can create a beautiful atmosphere with the right landscaping. However, trees can also damage your home and make you consider roof replacement options early on if the tree is not taken care of properly.
A gutter is a shallow trough that is fixed beneath the edge of a roof to carry off rainwater. It’s also included in the routine maintenance check-up of your roofing contractor to ensure the integrity of your foundation. In this post, Valley Vista Construction shares some common gutter problems that every homeowner should avoid:
Make your 2019 year special by investing in a few home improvement projects! This includes contacting an expert roofing contractor to get a new roof done as soon as possible. When done properly, a high-quality roof can ensure your house’s safety from various weather conditions while also increasing your home’s overall aesthetic value.
A periodic check up of your roof should always be done by a professional roofing contractor. But to have an idea of your roof’s condition, you should always be on the lookout for telltale signs of possible roof damage. Catching problems early on will definitely save you and prevent them from worsening later on or causing you to spend more just to remedy them.