All Roofing Contractors Are Not Created Equally

HomeAdvisor.com gives homeowners a brutal reality check: “No formal education is required to become a roofing contractor, and most of them learn from on-the-job experience. Licensing requirements vary by state. Some states specify that a roofing contractor must have a license to work on any job, while others may have specifications. For example, in Georgia,…

Your Roof is a Shield–For Both Your Home & Your Pocketbook

The skin has three main functions: protection, regulation (of temperature), and sensation. Given what skin is known for it’s no surprise that Bob Vila, the spokesperson for all things home for multiple generations, uses skin as a way to express the importance of your home’s roof:  Binoculars are a wonderful aid to getting a closer…