Insurance agents like to remind you that you need to be completely protected. This is their way of selling you multiple products, from life to auto to liability insurance. Your Alpharetta home both provides and needs protection. You need your home to protect your family, and you need to protect your home.
Step 1: Shingle Roof Protection
The first of eight steps in home protection begins at your shingle roof. That shingle roof on your home protects the rest of your home from damaging weather, even while it literally is the roof over your family’s head. Keep your shingle roof protected with regular inspection and maintenance. A small roof repair job early can prevent shingle roof replacement later!
Step 2: Gutter Protection
Protect the walls and foundation of your home with gutter protection. Water running off the shingle roof can take with it leaves and debris, clogging your gutters. Gutter protection prevents overflowing gutters and ruined fascia boards.
Step 3: Siding Maintenance
Remember your exterior walls protect your family from winter’s chill and summer scorchers, so maintaining your siding is vital. Have cracked or dislodged siding repaired promptly, and consider replacing worn out or damaged siding with modern, fiber cement siding.
Step 4: Painting the Exteriors
If you have wood siding, exterior paint not only brightens your home but helps protect the siding from insects and rot. Exterior paint also protects
- molding around windows and doors,
- porch rails
A fresh coat of paint is a great way to protect your home’s value, too.
Step 5: Windows
Secure windows, our fifth step in home protection, not only prevent water infiltration, they also keep unwanted visitors out. New windows can provide a greater sense of personal security with sure-locking sashes.
Step 6: Adequate Lighting
Outdoor motion-activated lighting—Installed on exterior walls just below your home’s shingle roof to provide the highest angle, lighting discourages unwelcome two- and four-legged visitors
Step 7: Beautiful Security
Window grilles are available in beautiful styles and patterns for those who are looking for a little additional home security. Security bars can safeguard the youngest and oldest family members without detracting from your home’s curb appeal.
Step 8: Front Doors
Capture healthful breezes and cooling night air in summer and fall while still securing your front entry with a properly locking screen door. Maintain a secure entryway with
Step 9: Enlist the Help of Local Professionals
To simplify many of these steps, contact Pro Roofing & Siding today. We can help with a complete home protection program, including roof repair, siding, new windows, gutter guards and exterior painting.