A common concern among homeowners is what to do when your roof gutters begin to leak. Whether your home is made with built-in gutters or if you choose to have your own gutters installed, it’s important to inspect your gutters frequently and get them repaired at the first sign of anything that may be amiss.
After an unusually warm summer that resulted in wildfires, Burnaby got some much needed rain. Since British Columbia has been in the middle of a drought, this powerful storm managed to wreak havoc all across the city. Many homes were damaged and thousands were left without power. Even if your home managed to remain in good shape, it’s still important … Read More
A busted water heater. A burnt electrical outlet. A broken door frame. These are just a few examples of some of the typical things that happen to homeowners, and often things that they don’t even think about. While there will always be unexpected repairs, here are 20 tips and tricks every homeowner should know.
Feel like you’re melting during this summer’s heat wave? Just imagine how your roof feels. Did you know that on hot days roof temperatures can skyrocket to 10 degrees above the hottest temperature, so think roughly 50 degrees on your roof. Now that’s hot! When the temperatures heat up, use these tips to protect your roof from heat and smoke:
Yearly roof inspections and maintenance is essential. We recommend having your roof inspected every year. Your roof is one of those things that is out of sight, out of mind. Detecting a potential leak will save you money and headaches. If detected early enough you can get many more years out of your roof.