roof repairs

What You Need To Know About Homeowners Insurance And Roof Leaks

New black shingled roof on a brick home in Charlottesville, Va 22974

It can be easy to take a safe, secure, and well-functioning roof over your head for granted. We don’t seem to give it a second thought until a storm, a fallen tree branch, water damage, or some other disaster threatens that security. When a leaky roof occurs, the idea is to get it fixed as

Loan Options To Finance Your Roof

2 story brick house with a new roof in Lynchburg, VA 24503

Roof replacements are an inevitable part of owning a home. Just like everything else we own, no matter how well a roof is maintained, the materials will eventually wear out and need to be replaced. Roofs are the gateway to the rest of a house, and if there is significant damage, it opens the house

Top 3 Signs Your Porch Needs A New Roof

New green metal roof on a white house in Charlottesville, VA 22902

Many homeowners are in-tune with the fact that the roof on their home needs to be maintained and inspected regularly, but in many cases, they forget about the roofs on their porches or sheds. Because much roof damage manifests in the form of water damage or leaks inside the house, homeowners are quickly alerted to

Roof Damage To Look For After A Summer Storm

Red roof with a chimney in Lynchburg, Va 24503

July has been a hot month in central Virginia, and with it have come many afternoon thunderstorms. Whether we enjoy thunderstorms or not, most of us just stay out of the pool, go inside, and don’t give the weather another thought. However, a summer storm is a common cause of roof damage, and if a

What New Homeowners Need To Know About Their Roof

Side view of finished roof.

Congratulations! You’ve spent years planning and saving, months looking at homes on the market, and finally, you are a new homeowner. Now that you own a home, you are responsible for the care and maintenance of every part of your new investment. However, there are many elements of home maintenance that new homeowners don’t think