Category Archives: insurance
Why Choose James Hardie Siding
James Hardie siding is a composite siding made of cement, sand and wood pulp. The product became popular when asbestos siding was determined to be unsafe and another durable product was needed to withstand the ever-changing climates. Many styles … Continue reading
Curb Appeal with Metal Roofing, Certaineed Cedar Impressions and Monogram Siding
Would you like some pazazz and some great curb appeal? Consider multi-textures with metal siding or roofing, vinyl or cedar shakes. Don’t settle on humdrum choose to stand out and bring value to your home and your neighborhood. There was … Continue reading
Spring hasn’t quite sprung but leaks may have begun.
According to the calendar, the moon and all the weather reports Spring came two weeks ago. With the temperatures still hovering around freezing every night and needing to dress in multiple layers I challenge this so called season and believe … Continue reading
How Does Homeowner’s Insurance Work?
I wish I could tell you specific details, but I can’t. Our experience, particularly this year with a July hail storm has been spuratic. In most cases an adjuster comes out to assess the damage, sometimes meeting the contractor on … Continue reading
Can A Roof Be Installed In The Winter?
The short answer is yes. However, weather factors must be considered when roofing in the winter. Strong winds Temperature; we generally do not work in weather below 20 degree’s unless sunny, with no wind. This may mean a shorter work … Continue reading
How to Question Your Contractor
When a contractor or salesperson comes to do an estimate there are a few key things to make sure he has included. Some companies offer a great deal to get you to call and then add cost onto the back … Continue reading
Is the Frankenstorm ‘Sandy’ Doing Damage to Your Roof or Siding?
The winds are blowing steady and strong in the Metro Detroit area and may cause damage to your roof and siding. Look up when leaving your home to see if shingles are lifted or missing tabs. They may be on … Continue reading