It’s no secret that a homeowner has hundreds of options when it comes to selecting a company to tackle their home improvement/remodeling needs. There are a myriad of home construction companies that promise quality work, low cost and fast service. So how can a homeowner determine the difference between them?
It takes careful research to select a home improvement and remodeling company that can make your dreams a reality. You need a company that has the experience, skills and professionalism. At Sunshine Contracting, we’re confident that once you investigate these factors you’ll find that our company stands head and shoulders above the rest.read more
As a smart homeowner, you appreciate how important it is to be prepared for any maintenance or repairs that need to be done on your home. That way, you can plan ahead and set aside a budget in a timely manner. However, one of the things that many homeowners overlook is the condition of their home’s siding — yet this is crucial to keeping their home in good shape. Here are five signs you need new siding:
1. There are visible cracks or holes in the siding. If your home’s siding is made of vinyl, it’s important to know when to replace vinyl siding. Perform a visual inspection, and if you detect any cracks or holes, you need new siding. The reason for this is that while the siding itself is impermeable, water can seep in through the cracks and holes and affect the wood underneath. This can result in rot, mildew, and mold growth, which can all impact the health of your home’s structure — not to mention the health of your family and yourself. (Note: Mold can be toxic. Black mold especially can cause severe respiratory issues, headaches and chronic fatigue.) Read More
If you’re asking yourself the question, “Should I replace my own roof?” then this is the article for you. Granted, nowadays you can go online and do a quick internet search for “Can I replace my own roof,” and get everything from general advice columns to videos that will share numerous tips about roofing repair and installation.
The question you really ought to be asking yourself though is, “Why should I hire a roofing contractor?” Read More