Local weather reports often reveal a significant difference between the temperature in the city compared to the surrounding rural area, in which the city experiences warmer conditions compared to its surrounding areas. It is a result of a peculiar phenomenon called the urban heat island (UHI) effect.
The roof is one of the places in your home that presents some challenges when it comes to repairs and replacements. From slips to exposure of natural elements, there are a lot of things that will put you and the people working on your roof at risk.
A residential or commercial roof replacement project is one of the biggest and most complex projects you’ll ever do. There’s a lot to think about and prepare for and you’ll understandably have a lot of questions to ask about the entire process.
Replacing your roof is an exciting project, but it’s also one of the trickiest home improvements you’ll ever have to do. Many homeowners are understandably intimidated by the entire process, as you want to get it right the first time around. Preparation is the key.
Many homeowners tend to have their siding and roofing installation done separately, often because one is still in relatively good condition compared to the other, or because the combined cost can be high. Matching one with the other can take some work. Creative Construction Group lists some of things you should consider when matching your roof and siding.