- Why Marshall?
- Vinyl Siding
- Contact Us
As we wind down the year, we wanted to look back and review our best articles from the past year. We covered a wide variety of home improvement topics around roofing and siding.
Below are some of our best articles on the blog from this past year to help you with your roofing and siding projects. Enjoy!
Read more →
It’s important that you work with an experienced and reputable roofing contractor when you are looking to fix or replace your home’s roof.
Here are eight tips to follow when looking to hire the best roofing contractor:
We don’t need to tell you that repairing, or in this case replacing, your roof can be a bigger expense. Now that you’ve had to replace your old roof, you’ll want to start maintaining your new roof the right way. With the right maintenance your roof could last well beyond its lifetime.
You’ve noticed a small stain forming on your ceiling, in your attic, or running down one of your walls. You most likely have a roof leak. Small leaks should be addressed right away to avoid larger, costly problems in the future. We always recommend contacting a professional for any project involving a roof. It’s just too dangerous to take chances. If you’re sure-footed, experienced, and handy, however, a small leak may be something you can take care of on your own.
If you have roof leaks, curling or lifting shingles, or if your roof is getting up there in years, you may be ready to pick up the phone and call a roofing contractor. But before you contact a local roofing company, here are six things to consider when buying a new roof:
Purchasing a new roof is a big investment and one you shouldn’t take lightly. We suggest digging in, doing your homework and asking several questions of your roofing contractor. In the end, you shouldn’t make a decision until you feel comfortable and clearly understand the process. The truth is, not all roofing contractors are honest, nor do they take the time and care to explain things, or recommend the best options for a home. Like choosing a doctor for a procedure, you should understand what’s involved, and take the time to get to know, like, and trust the person doing the work.
Here are 20 questions to consider asking your roofing contractor:
Nobody wants to spend thousands of dollars on home repairs, but that’s exactly what can happen if you ignore the early warning signs that may show up around your home. If caught early enough, potential problems can be patched or replaced easily and cost much less than leaving the problem area to get worse.
The red flags are usually easy to notice when you know what to look for. Here are 10 areas that you need to keep an eye on. These early warning signs can help you prevent future home maintenance disasters, save you hundreds or even thousands of dollars, and hours of frustration.
Your family’s home was a big purchase, and it’s going to need a bit of tender loving care every so often. To curb costs and prevent problems, your home should be regularly maintained. Here is a list of the things that you absolutely must do on a regular basis to ensure you save money, while maintaining your home for years to come.
The first big snow storm of the year has hit Rhode Island. Amongst the winter wonderland, heavy snow is piled high on every house and every roof.
It’s time to bundle up and brave the snow to protect your roof from the damages that the heavy snow, and icy cold, can cause to your home’s roof, by learning how to safely remove snow from your roof.
Marshall Building and Remodeling
Your local roofing, siding, and window people
152 Forbes Street
Riverside, RI 02915
Fully licensed and insured in RI and MA.
Rhode Island Contractor Registration #4266
Massachusetts Construction Supervisor License #CS-030132
Massachusetts Home Improvement Contractor License #177317