While there are some diehard grilling fans that will grill in any type of weather, the majority of people put their grill away when the weather turns cold. Before you do so, however, it’s important to winterize it. This will help extend the grill’s life and ensure that it will be in peak condition when it comes time to fire it up again come spring. Follow these steps from Muth & Company Roofing to prepare your grill for winter:
After going through the stress caused by a violent storm, there’s nothing more disheartening than discovering that your roof has been damaged. That’s when you know you’re going to have to deal with filing a claim with your insurance company. But don’t worry – if you choose an experienced roofing company like Muth & Company Roofing to give you advice throughout the ordeal, everything will go much smoother! Here are the top tips to remember as you go through the claims process.
If you’ve recently had your attic inspected, you may have been informed that your insulation is inadequate. This is particularly common in older homes (10+ years), which typically have 3-6 inches of attic insulation instead of the 18 inches recommended by Muth & Company Roofing. If it’s time to get the R-value of your attic insulation up to the correct level, you have three options: roll-out batt insulation, spray foam, and blown-in insulation.
At some point, even well-maintained roofs composed of high-quality materials are going to fail. Often the actions (or inactions) of homeowners can accelerate the breakdown of their roof without them even realizing it. If you want to get the most out of your roof and help it last until the end of its intended lifespan, avoid these common mistakes that can lead to roof failures.
As you take advantage of the fair weather of late summer and early fall, you may have noticed that there are an abundance of wasps and hornets buzzing around. While people tend to hate and fear them, these insects actually provide an important service by killing pests such as flies and mosquitoes. No one wants stinging insects buzzing around the house though, so take these steps to help prevent wasps and hornets from settling near your home.