It’s recommended to have your roof inspected after a harsh weather event for damage. You can avoid costly roof repairs by addressing small issues before they escalate.
The term “capital improvement” refers to an update that extends the usefulness of a certain property. Such an improvement is not done to solve a short-term problem, but rather as something that adds value to the property for the next few years. A capital improvement can be more extensive than repairs and may involve greater costs.
Trees and shrubs, when carefully chosen and properly planted, add beauty and value to your home. They serve many purposes, too – they fill gaps, provide privacy, screen sights and sounds from next door, and, more importantly, provide shade.
Constant exposure to high winds can compromise the structural integrity of any roof. Some materials can withstand strong winds better than others. However, no system can resist the effects of storm damage forever. Goodrich Roofing discusses the different types of roofing damage caused by high winds.