As we head into fall, many homeowners are considering replacing their roofs to make it through the long winter season ahead.
Hurricane season is in full swing, which is a drill that we have all gotten used to living so close to the coast. And although we haven’t been hit with any major hurricanes, that doesn’t mean that the late summer/early fall storms haven’t brought some high winds and harsh conditions for your roof.
Your roof is not just a significant investment; it is the first line of defense for one of your most significant investments – your home or office.
If you are trying to decide whether you should install new siding for your home, you might be wondering which material is best for your individual needs.
Summer in the Carolinas can come with some pretty harsh storms and high winds.
As the hot summer days roll in, it is just a matter of time before the brutal heat will hit. If you think that it beats down on you, imagine what it does to your roof!
As we roll into spring with summer close behind, South Carolina residents know that hot weather will be here soon with little relief.
When you need a roof repair, you need it now! But unfortunately, roof emergencies tend to happen after-hours or after a storm, when companies are bogged down trying to get to everyone.
As we roll into 2021, there are very few who are sad to leave 2020 behind. And we all optimistically hope that the New Year ahead will be filled with health and prosperity.