As your roof approaches the end of its life span, problems typically happen more frequently and get worse. You’ll start to notice you’re calling for roof repair services more often than you used to and the total costs can stack up quickly. When this happens, it’s best to start considering replacing the whole roof itself.
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Doing a bit of cleanup before the installation of your new roof can make the process move faster. Plus, taking a few precautions can prevent damage to outdoor furniture and other belongings.
Customizing your exterior can be enjoyable; that is until you start delving into the details. Maintaining a consistent aesthetic and color scheme can be tedious and nerve-wracking. After all, one mismatched element is all it takes to spoil the exterior’s aesthetic appeal.
The fascia board is the horizontal panel nailed to the tails of rafters, and the soffit is the piece covering the underside of roof overhangs. Together, they provide a finished look to a home’s exterior.