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Mar 27, 2017
May 24, 2017

I agree that you need a structural engineer. The longer you wait the more damage that could occure if it continues to move

May 22, 2017

Wilson Valvez of Master Roof PRO answered:

May 23, 2017

I believe that the most important thing besides the cost is a Warranty and a detailed list of materials and work that needs to be done in writting. 

May 23, 2017

Michael Woods of HomePros PRO answered:

May 23, 2017

Hi Peggy,

The difference really varies based on the existing windows. For pricing purposes, you could add a couple inches to the L and W. However, DO NOT order windows based on those numbers.

May 22, 2017
May 23, 2017

In regards to roofing, Owens Corning has a great checklist and you can find it at the link below! Here are just a few items to check though: 

-Accredidation and good standing with the BBB

-Additional Warranty and Workmanship Coverage

-Verify how long they have been in business

-Addequate Insurance (at least $1,000,000 in general liability insurance) 

-Code Compliance

-References 

-Quality Materials 

owenscorning.com/storm

http://www.jeffroof.com/blog/what-to-look-for-in-a-contractor

May 1, 2017

Glenn Clifton answered:

May 23, 2017

There is a bee spray you can mix in a pump up and reach the higher carpenter bee holes. This worked for me.

Mar 16, 2017
May 9, 2017

Always be sure to ask the contractor for current references from recently completed projects. This ensures that his current employees and subs are providing the quality workmanship that you deserve.

Mar 27, 2017
May 4, 2017

I would recommend hiring a structural engineer to review and recmmend repairs not something you should let go. 

May 1, 2017
May 4, 2017

Bee spray typicaqlly has a really far reach or an exterminator. 

Apr 28, 2017

Brent Roper of Ropa Roofing PRO answered:

May 2, 2017

Consider what the tree is worth compared to similar trees around it. Sometimes it's best to cut down and eliminate disease spreading...

Apr 28, 2017
May 2, 2017

There could be infection spreading under the bark. Sooty Canker is one possibilty, black powdery fingus spreading under the bark. Have an arborist look at it. May be able to remove infect branches, treat with fungicide and save the tree if it has not progressed too far

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