February 2020 by Heartland Roofing Siding and Windows
As your house or business ages, parts will inevitably need to be repaired or replaced, windows included. In fact, we would argue that windows are one of the most important aspects of a building because keeping them in prime condition can extend the life of the structure and prevent unnecessary damage. Windows provide easy and affordable climate-control, trapping heat inside during those chilly winter […]
January 2020 by Heartland Roofing Siding and Windows
When you trust Heartland Roofing Siding and Windows there are numerous benefits to replacing your siding during the winter.
Your siding needs to be replaced, but you’re worried about going through the cold winter months without protection from the elements. While you may be hesitant to schedule a siding team during the coldest season of the year, don’t be! When you trust […]
Top 7 Winter Roof Maintenance Tips for Your Iowa Home
December 2019 by Heartland Roofing Siding and Windows
Winter naturally brings colder temperatures meaning you will spend more time indoors. You want to make sure your roof is ready to support your warm home. These roof maintenance tips will give you peace of mind that your roof is going to protect you during cold winter months.
November 2019 by Heartland Roofing Siding and Windows
Noticed a pesky roof leak or water stains on your walls and ceiling right after having work done on your roof? Well, it would be disappointing to hear, but you might be dealing with the consequences of a bad roofing job.
Upon having a professional property evaluation, you find out that your fear has become a reality, […]
October 2019 by Heartland Roofing Siding and Windows
A good roof is one that can stand up to any element that Mother Nature throws at it whether it’s blistering sun or freezing temperatures. However, there is another element that not all homeowners consider: strong wind. The winds that blow during storms can cause massive amounts of damage to homes. Homeowners should hire professionals to perform general maintenance on their roofs as […]
September 2019 by Heartland Roofing Siding and Windows
The plain and simple answer is yes. Moss can severely damage the structural integrity of any type of roof. Moss is a simple plant that does not produce flowers and grows in blankets in natural environments. You commonly see moss covering trees or in a landscape of a forest canopy, which can be beautiful depending on the circumstances. […]