Having your roof claim denied is disappointing. But before you appeal your insurance company’s decision, it’s important to understand why your claim was denied. Here are some of the most common reasons why insurers deny some roof storm damage claims.
Your roofing contractor may recommend getting new shingles if your roof is showing several signs of wear or damage. But apart from protecting your home against outdoor elements, a new roof can also help you save on your utility bills.
Asphalt shingle roofing remains an enduring favorite among Maryland homeowners because of its durability and long-lasting weather performance. And if you’re planning to have a new one installed this season, make sure to consider your choice of shingle color carefully. The trusted residential roofing service provider, Polk Contracting, Inc. shares some handy tips.
A roof that is approaching the end of its life will decrease the value of your home and is worth replacing. However, investing in high-quality shingles may not necessarily get you the increase in home value you want. So does getting a new roof improve the value of your home? One of the leading roofing and siding contractors in Maryland reveals here.
Most homeowners are usually left with some extra roofing materials after a successful roofing replacement or installation. If you are one of them, these leftovers can serve a different but useful purpose. While you can contact your local authority to see if recycled shingles can be utilized in asphalt for paving roads, you can try some DIY projects using old shingles, slate tiles, or clay tiles to reuse them and… Continue Reading