James Hardie® offers a wide selection of siding colors that will fit any home color palette. Residential roofing contractor The Carpenter’s Touch shares some tips on how to choose the right siding color for your home.
The most popular siding material used in the U.S., vinyl siding offers so many benefits on top of protecting our home from outside elements. It can secure your home, increase your energy efficiency and improve overall curb appeal.
North America has such a diverse range of climatic conditions that for a nationwide siding company like James Hardie®, coming up with siding that suits local climates sounds difficult – difficult, but not impossible. As a siding contractor certified by James Hardie, The Carpenter’s Touch is proud to offer siding made with the HardieZone® System.
Roof leaks are a major roofing problem that can lead to even bigger issues if not addressed in a timely manner. Your local roofing and vinyl siding contractor and James Hardie® certified installer, The Carpenter’s Touch, takes a look at the dangers of a leaky roof.
Your roof protects your home from the elements. It only makes sense to take care of it if you expect the roof to keep doing its job. Roof replacement expert, The Carpenter’s Touch, shares the ways you can extend your roof’s lifespan.
As an expert roofing and vinyl siding contractor, one of the things we deal with at The Carpenter’s Touch is helping our customers spot roof leaks in their homes and accurately determine their origin points. Here are some tips to help you understand that process better and pinpoint the causes behind your leaky roof as well.
Going through the roof replacement process can be a major undertaking for any homeowner; however, it is also a great opportunity to pick a more durable material for your home’s roof than you previously had. At The Carpenter’s Touch, we provide some of the best options for homes of varying styles. Whichever one you pick will surely last your home for many years to come.
Replacing your roof can improve your home’s energy efficiency. A poorly insulated roof can let out too much warmth in winter and let in too much heat in summer, making it more difficult for your HVAC to keep you comfortable. Installing an energy-efficient roof is one way you can save money on energy bills. The Carpenter’s Touch, an expert residential roofing contractor, explains how a new roof can save you energy:
While your priority for your next replacement project should be the material for your roofing system, you should never forget about the style of the actual structure. Apart from establishing the looks and architectural style of your home, it also plays a key role in how it performs against the weather.
No roof lasts for a lifetime. But, there are ways to prolong its service life. The Carpenter’s Touch of New Jersey, the experts in roof replacement, lists a few ways to make it happen: