Maintenance is highly recommended during fall because of the warm weather. Making sure that the exterior components of your home are well kept can ensure your household’s safety. From a simple siding replacement to a completely new roof, these home improvement projects can make a big difference to your home.
Conduct a Visual Inspection
Your home’s siding and roof are important components because these are your main shield against elements. Both are also exposed to different weather conditions every day, making these more susceptible to damage.
While going around your home, inspect your siding for different signs of damage. The internal structure of your home will be exposed to water damage If you leave these unattended:
- Dry rot underneath the siding
- Rotting or warping
- Severe fading
- Mold growth
- Cracked or loose
For your roofing in Maryland, you can conduct a visual inspection using binoculars. Look for cracked, curling, or missing shingles; cracked or curling shingles; mold growth; loose or missing flashing; and gutters that are pulling away. You can also look for water stains on ceilings and walls inside your home.
Hire Quality Roofers for Replacement
If you notice these signs of damage to your siding and roof, get in touch with DryTech Roofing to replace them immediately. Replacing damaged siding and shingles with higher quality materials ensure that your home can withstand any weather condition. DryTech Roofing offers the following products for a safer home:
- Asphalt roofing – We are a GAF Master Elite™ contractor who specializes in asphalt shingles, one of the most popular materials in the industry. This type of material is both durable and stylish. Asphalt shingles can also be custom fit to meet your specific needs.
- Fiber cement siding – We offer high-quality James Hardie® siding products for Maryland homeowners. It is an energy-efficient, durable, and stylish option that can increase your home’s value.
- Vinyl siding – We are one of the roofing companies in Maryland that specializes in insulated vinyl siding. This foam-backed vinyl material will stop air from escaping your home, providing excellent insulation all year long.
To keep you and your family safe this fall, conduct a routine maintenance today. If you notice any signs of damage, call us immediately. You can also reach us through our contact form.