It is finally the roaring twenties again! However, that doesn’t mean you should be hearing the wind roaring through the holes in your roof! But how do you know when it’s time to give your home a face lift? That’s where the Top Dog Home Pros come in.
Here are a few things to keep an eye on this new year:
Check out for cracking in your shingles! We know your wallet isn’t thrilled about being Santa this past month so do yourself a favor and prevent the problems before they begin or get worse. If there is cracking, they will definitely need to be replaced.
Are your shingles curling? This could mean there is a leak in the roof, they were not lined properly, they were installed incorrectly, there is not proper ventilation in the attic, or they are just plain old. Whatever the case, it is always best to have a professional come to assess the damage sooner rather than later.
All hail the hail damage. While it doesn’t seem like anything at first, hail damage can puncture the shingles which opens them to the possibility of losing their protective layer of granules. In turn, UV rays from the sun begin to destroy it. Invite your friends at Top Dog to come check out what needs to be done in this case.
Your shingles are so last decade. One thing to keep in mind when updating your home’s look, however, is that the color does make a difference! Lighter shingles are very in this year. They can help showcase your house and in some cases make it look even bigger! Dark shingles, while chic, can sometimes lead to higher energy bills due to the dark colors attracting the sunlight. Keep your location in mind when making your selection.
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