Click the link below to browse Owens Corning Shingles:
And click this one to learn what it takes to have a total protection roofing system:
Don't get caught with standing water in your gutters! Clogs may
cause water to seep under your shingles, leading to warped or rotten decking. Water can also find its way into your home and cause interior water damage, which can become a breeding ground for bacteria, mold, and spores. With these being extreme cases, it shows how things can escalate quickly, and the importance of having an efficient gutter system. Gutter guard is an important step in keeping a good system!
Vinyl siding has come a long way since it first appeared. It is now easier to maintain, keep clean, and lasts longer. It is weather resistant and comes in wood grain textures and a variety of colors. Update the look of your home with new siding, window wraps, or fascia metal; or improve ventilation with new soffit. Click on the links below to look at colors and styles of our two favorite brands: Mastic and Vytek:
Pella windows are not only known for their high customer satisfaction ratings, but also for an outstanding product. Their premium vinyl windows are an excellent insulator with virtually no maintenance. A "Low E" Glass Coating, argon gas between the glass panes, and special window spacers all reduce temperature transfer, making this a supreme Energy-Star rated window according the EPA guidelines. Visit Pella's website for styles and colors:
Most older homes have less insulation than newly constructed homes. You may be paying more than you need to on your energy bills! Here's how it works: the heat in your home collects at the ceiling and "stacks" downward, heating the whole room. But if the warm surface of the ceiling meets the cold surface of a poorly insulated attic, then the heat cannot stack, and your heat (and money) is lost and wasted. It is important to maintain the temperature in your attic, and blown-in insulation is an excellent way to go for attics, and also floors and wall cavities. Click the link below to learn more about Owens Corning blow-in insulation and other insulation products:
Bring beautiful, natural light into your home with Owens Corning Illuiminator Tube Skylights.
While our crew is putting on your new roof, let us install your brand new tube skylight! It can be easily installed in nearly all types of roofing materials - no framing, drywall, or electrician is needed; it is easy to maintain - designed to prevent leaking; and it can be installed in many places where a traditional skylight cannot. The optional solar-powered dimmer gives you complete control over light distribution using just a remote control.
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