Options You Can Contemplate When Considering Roofing Materials

Posted on: 21 July 2016

Whether constructing a new home or looking to replace your current roofing, you will find there is a wide array of materials that you would have to make a selection from. As such, some homeowners tend to find the process overwhelming, especially if they do not know the different benefits and drawbacks the roofing materials come with. The following are some of the options that you can contemplate when considering roofing materials. [Read More]

How to get your house ready for the winter season

Posted on: 25 May 2016

The colder months can take their toll your home; wear and tear caused by rain, wind and lower temperatures can lead to a variety of issues, many of which are costly and time-consuming to fix. There are however, several things which you can do in the run up to the winter which will help to lessen the negative impact this season has on your property. Clean the gutters and drains [Read More]

Top Tips For Quick And Effective Gutter Cleaning

Posted on: 25 April 2016

Your roof and guttering are the first line of defence in protecting your property from water damage.  Cleaning your gutters regularly not only keeps them working freely, it gives you the opportunity to check for damage.  Once the gutters are clean, you can contact a professional roofer to come and carry out repairs. Here are some tips on how to clean your gutters quickly and effectively. What you'll need ladder gloves trowel buckets garden hose pressure washer (you can hire one from a good tool hire shop if you don't have your own) plumber's snake (auger) stiff brush You'll need to recruit a helper to 'foot' your ladder for you, as cleaning gutters does involve working at height. [Read More]

4 Roofing Materials That Last

Posted on: 4 February 2016

If you are in need of a new roof, you should first consider the different features of available materials. One great feature to keep in mind is longevity. This not only ensures you wont need to replace it again for a long time, but it also makes your new roof an investment. Here are some roofing materials that will last. Clay and Spanish Tile When you live somewhere that gets a lot of fires and extreme temperatures, you need fire-resistant materials like clay. [Read More]