Is it too hot in your house? Here are 5 tips to make your house cooler without increasing energy costs.
Are you sure you made the right choice of contractor to renovate your roof? It can be difficult for a consumer to navigate the fray of contractors offering roof repair services.
Is your roof showing signs of age? This year is a great time to make repairs to your roof. You could be eligible for the new RénoVert tax credit and get up to $10,000 in refundable tax credits for work completed by March 2017.
It is time to freshen up your home. While you’re at it, have you cast a glance up to see the condition of your roof? Here are some tips to help you maintain your roof and maximize its lifespan.
A problem with ice and icicles hanging off your roof is generally related to problems with your attic insulation and ventilation. An effective way to solve this problem is to make sure your attic insulation and ventilation meet the standards set by the National Building Code.
Have you noticed that during the summer season your flat roof home is uncomfortable or hard to keep cool? The explanation is simple.
Have you noticed water leaking through the bathroom fan, air exchanger output or range hood during periods of thaw? In general, this is directly related to a problem with condensation inside ventilation fittings located outside of the building.
Do you live in a house with a cathedral ceiling? This type of ceiling adds a lot of architectural panache to your home, but it does has some disadvantages such as overheating in summer caused by a lack of ventilation and heat loss in winter caused by lack of insulation.
It is important to check your attic at least once a year. Use the access door which is usually located inside a bedroom closet to go up into your attic and check the amount of mineral wool you have.
If you notice that water is pooling on your flat roof after rainfall, you probably have an uneven or sagging area. This structural problem is often the main culprit causing leaks inside the building.