Chantilly roofers

Nov 18

How to Hang Holiday Lights Without Damaging Your Roof or Yourself

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission estimates that more than 15,000 injuries related to holiday decorating occur every November and December. That translates to 250 injuries per day during the holiday season! Not only can you hurt yourself, but you can also damage your roof. Here are a few tips to help you decorate for the holidays and minimize roof damage. Avoid Getting on the Roof Climbing on your roof yourself is never a […]

by Douglas Toler
Sep 16

Should You Repair Your Old Roof or Sell Your Home As-is?

If you’re thinking about selling your home, knowing when to replace your roof is critical. To help you, here are some factors to consider. First, when buyers are paying a premium price for homes, they expect to receive a pristine property in return. And, according to a recent study of Millennial buyers, around half of them are looking for move-in ready homes that won’t require any kind of maintenance for at least the next […]

by Douglas Toler
Jul 15

How to Make a Wise Roofing Decision for You and Your Home

In our June blog, we provided 12 general business questions to ask roofing contractors before committing to hiring one. Today’s blog focuses on 10 additional questions that are more specific to roofing and your unique project. First, we recommend that you spend time examining your existing roof. Walk around your home a few times and even use binoculars if you can to get a good look at your roof from all angles. You can […]

by Douglas Toler
Jun 25

Before You Hire a Roofing Contractor, Ask These 12 Questions

We all hope we are choosing a roofing contractor who is honest and will do a professional job as promised, yet sadly, each year, the Better Business Bureau receives thousands of complaints about roofing contractors and their dishonest, deceptive practices. At Storm Guard Roofing and Construction of Chantilly, we believe that, when evaluating roofing contractors, it is extremely important to be informed and to get answers to several general business questions from a prospective […]

by Douglas Toler