A misconception that siding contractors hear from homeowners is that they are unable to complete siding replacement in winter. The quality of materials and equipment deteriorates in freezing temperatures. Also, the risk of injury is greater. Timberline Roofing & Contracting explains why you can do the siding job even in winter.
Soffits and fascias are important parts of the home. They do more than just make the house look good; they actually serve to protect the home and make it last longer. Timberline Roofing & Contracting shares a quick look at what they are and why they are important.
Cedar is a softwood of low density, which means that unlike many siding materials, it has an open cell structure. This makes it easy to use as well as a terrific insulator favored by siding contractors like Timberline Roofing & Contracting.
Roof installation is one of the biggest home improvement projects you can take on, but you need to prepare your home to avoid issues that can lead to delays and unnecessary expenses. Read on as our roofing and siding contractors have a few tips on how to make the process easier for you.
Your asphalt shingle roofing is designed to withstand a lot of abuse in its lifetime. You can significantly extend that life span, however, with a few simple but regular maintenance steps to better take care of this important part of your home.
Severe weather can compromise the structural integrity of the home, and for homeowners, the aftermath of such an event can be a frustrating experience to go through. Getting back up from this predicament can be tough, especially when there is extensive damage that would require a vast amount of repair and restoration work.