No matter how many times your home has sustained damage from a major weather event, setting about its repair and restoration remains a daunting process. Fortunately, you can make the experience fairly easier with the right considerations. Before calling your insurance provider and filing a claim, Creative Construction Group, one of the area’s premier residential roofing contractors, suggests you do the following:
3 Advantages of Working with a GAF® Master Elite® Roofer
When investing in a roof replacement, it pays to work not only with a licensed and insured contractor, but a manufacturer certified one, as well. In the Northern Illinois area, the name to call is Creative Construction Group, expert in residential and commercial roof replacement. We have always been committed to delivering the highest quality roofing solutions, and that’s why we’ve earned the Master Elite® certification from GAF®, North America’s largest… Continue Reading
Asphalt Shingle Roofs: Its Key Components
According to roofing installation pros, asphalt shingle roofs are one of the most popular roofing types in America. This is thanks to their affordability, durability and long lifespan. However, surprisingly enough, not a lot of homeowners know what are the components that make up an asphalt shingle roofing system. Here are the key components that make up an asphalt shingle roof.
4 Reasons Why Window Seals Fail
A window seal is an important part of every window as it is what prevents drafts and unnecessary heat loss around your home. With that in mind, as the homeowner, it’s your responsibility to ensure that your windows’ seals remain intact. Unfortunately, some homeowners are unaware as to why their window seals are failing. In this article, window installation and residential roofing company Creative Construction Group list the four reasons… Continue Reading
Reasons Why You Should Pick Vinyl Windows for Your Home
Homeowners always have an abundance of options when it comes to picking a new window for your home. For instance, you can choose between aluminum, fiberglass, and even wood as your new window material. While these are all good window materials, according to window installation and residential roofing contractors, there is one that you shouldn’t fail to consider: vinyl.