After a storm hits your area, normally your first action would be to inspect your home for any serious damage. It appears like a great idea to get up your roof at the first chance you get, but most roofers would share a few do’s and don’ts you should be aware of before you even exit out of your doors. Your local roofer, Ken Morton Roofing & Siding, shares the do’s and don’ts after a storm hits your area.
Any roof replacement project comes with its fair share of noise and clutter. Not only is it loud and uncomfortable, but certain parts of your home will be exposed to nature’s elements. Most roofers would recommend homeowners to move out temporarily for the whole span of the project. However, is it really required?… Continue Reading
A snowy landscape can make a nice picture, but there’s no denying the potential risks for damage that ice can bring, especially to your roof and gutters. In this article, Ken Morton Roofing & Siding, a GAF Master Elite Roofer, discusses how ice can cause damage to your roof and gutters…. Continue Reading
Carrying out a roofing project without help from a contractor is tough and it can be risky too. Roofing jobs, big or small, often require skills and expertise that only professionals can provide…. Continue Reading
The gutter downspouts play a vital role in keeping your home’s foundation safe and dry. Without it, water coming from the roof will pool near the foundation and eventually cause continuous water damage. When a house starts to sag or moves in place, it’s often due to long-term water pooling.