Posted on 5/18/2020 4:00 AM By iDesign
The damage a hail storm leaves behind on your home can be devastating. You will need to contact a reputable contractor to repair the damage, but before you get the chance to call them there are several steps you can take to start recovering from the storm’s impact.
Posted on 2/17/2020 4:00 AM By iDesign
The cold winter months can cause an excess of wear and tear on your home. One of the most common issues a home can face is the formation of ice dams. Ice dams occur when water freezes near the edge of your home’s roof as it runs off the house. When an excess of water freezes, this results in mounds of ice commonly known as ice dams. Ice dams are damaging to your roof and home, as it can result in rust, peeling paint, stains, rotting, and broken shingles and other fixtures. Fortunately, there are several steps you can take to prevent ice dams from forming.
Posted on 11/4/2019 1:39 PM By iDesign
A homeowner has many responsibilities to ensure their house is comfortable and safe. Among other tasks, many homeowners must repair a leaky roof. Many owners wonder what causes a leak to develop. Being aware of the many causes behind leaky roofs can help you prevent it from happening to your own home.
Posted on 10/21/2019 4:00 AM By iDesign
Between heavy rain, fast winds, electrical fires, and mold, plenty of disasters can befall your home. While natural disasters cause direct damage, even persistent rainfall can ruin a home’s interior, attic insulation, basement, and bedrooms. That’s why Intelligent Design Corporation is dedicated to restoring the homes of our Minneapolis and St. Paul Metro area residents.
Posted on 9/16/2019 4:00 AM By iDesign
Every house experiences bad weather, but not all weather is kind to a home’s siding. Between seasonal changes, temperature shifts and bad storms, the damage can get ugly. Hail and wind damage, in particular, can wreak havoc on your home’s exterior.
Posted on 8/19/2019 7:11 AM By iDesign
Summer and early fall are prime times for damaging storms to roll through the area. Storms can bring rain, high wind, and even hail. In just a few short moments, hail can create an extreme amount of damage to your home. Roofs are one of the most common sites of hail damage, but damage can also occur to windows and decks. Below, we will go over some common areas along your roof to check for hail damage following a storm.
Posted on 8/12/2019 7:05 AM By iDesign
The roof is the first protective layer of any home. It is also the most significant. Roofs protect homeowners from downpours during the wet season, the boiling heat during the summer months, and the winter chill during winter.
Posted on 6/3/2019 12:54 PM By iDesign
A natural disaster can knock you on your back. Picking up the pieces can be difficult, but the task is made easier when you have a disaster restoration company that is experienced and fights for your needs. When you look for a good restoration company, you need to look for a team that knows what to do and will jump into action as soon as they assess the damage.
Posted on 3/25/2019 4:00 AM By iDesign
A solid roof is essential for keeping your home warm and well-insulated. If you have an older home and you start noticing issues with the roof, repairs may not be enough. Intelligent Design can help you get a brand new roof for your home or business. A new roof will improve your building’s look and reinforce protection from the outside elements. Now is the time to schedule a roof replacement this spring. We’ll be ready to upgrade your roof.
Posted on 2/19/2018 4:00 AM By iDesign
Insurance coverage on your roof depends on both the age and the condition of the entire roofing system, as well as the upper framework of the house. If you don’t know what the current coverage is, you should contact your insurance provider or review your homeowner’s policy. In most cases, insurance policies will cover natural disasters, vandalism, and fire. If your insurance company requires a formal inspection of the roof before you build a new one, we can assess your roof to determine its overall condition and market value of your home.
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