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Spring Roof Clean-Up Tips

As the sun shines in many parts of the country, now is the time to clean up for spring. Winter weather can be a shingle’s enemy (especially in areas that had to deal with so many storms), so it’s important for contractors to reach out to homeowners to help them with their roof’s spring-cleaning and… Continue Reading →

SCSafe Home Program Provides Grants To Retrofit Your SC Coast Based Home To Be Safer & More Hurricane-Resistant

White House Builders, Roofing & Construction has joined forces with The South Carolina Safe Home program, administered by the South Carolina Department of Insurance, to help South Carolina based homeowners create a safer house for their family. The South Carolina Safe Home program provides matching and non-matching grant funds to help coastal property owners retrofit… Continue Reading →

3 Steps For Preparing & Maintaining Your Roof In The Winter

Winter is here and it’s important to safeguard your roof and maintain your roof properly, especially for those located in the Summerville, Charleston, North Charleston, Mount Pleasant, and Goose Creek SC areas. Between the wind and freezing temperatures, this is when your roof will take the biggest hit. Find the below tips from the White… Continue Reading →

How to Spot a Storm Chasing Roofing Contractor After a Disaster

When you are subjected to multiple hurricanes and hail storms, there can be a challenge of sorting the wheat from the chaff in order to avoid accepting offers to mend your roof from roofing contractors who are simply “storm chasers” and may not be up to scratch, nor supportive of local work. Here are some… Continue Reading →

Roofing Scam: The Storm Chaser

Out of all the roofing scammers, the out-of-town storm chasers are the most publicized, yet people all across the country fall victim to them. Also known as roofing gypsies, these roofers travel around the country following the paths of storms looking for homeowners to exploit. “The Weather Bureau will say which areas have hail or… Continue Reading →

Top 10 Roofing Tips

Here are 10 things you must know about common roof leak locations and how to fix them safely. 1. Think Safety First Fussing to try and find a leak as soon as it happens is something that could put you in the hospital. Meddling on a roof while it’s raining or covered with ice and… Continue Reading →

How Gutter Guards Preserve Your Gutters

The last thing anyone thinks about is their roof and especially their gutters. The rain gutters are one of the most significant components on the outside of a home as they filter water off of the roof and away from the foundation. Water can be surprisingly damaging to the home. Attached to the gutters are… Continue Reading →

Roof Shingles Are Not Lying Flat

The shingles on your roof serve a dual purpose. They give the roof a finished look, while forming a protective seal. Lumpy, bumpy or curling shingles that do not lie flat can be problematic, but don’t hire a new roofer yet. The extent of the problem depends upon many factors, including the age of the… Continue Reading →

When is the Best Time to Install a Roof?

Save money on materials and labor by getting your roof replaced during offseason months. Roofing contractors work year-round, so whenever customers are ready for us to replace their roofs (weekends, holidays, etc.) we’ll be there for them. Most homeowners wait as long as they can to extend the life of their roof as much as… Continue Reading →

Roof Maintenance Tips To Make Your Roof Last As Long As Possible

Whether your roof is brand-new or years old, here’s what you need to do to keep it in the best possible shape for the longest possible time. A new roof is an expensive proposition — $18,800 on average for composition shingles, according to Remodeling magazine’s Cost Vs. Value Report, and as much as $36,000 for… Continue Reading →

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