Your home is the most important investment you’ll make in your life, and for many people, it’s also the most valuable. So when you plop down that humongous down payment and finally get the keys, you gain a lot of responsibility in terms of the maintenance on your home. You depend on the roof over your head to provide you with all kinds of protection, including protection from wind, rain, dust, snow, hours of sunlight, and more. This means you should pay particular attention to your roof and do your part to maintain it, starting with knowing what to look out for. Here are three roofing tips for new homeowners.
So far this winter season, the northeastern region of the United States has seen a fair amount of snow (compared to last year). With snow and cold temperatures comes a silent threat disguised as a symbol of winter beauty: icicles hanging from rooftops.