How to Do a Background Check on Gutter Contractors

Having your Salem gutters repaired or replaced? Make it a point to get to know the contractor you’re going to hire for the task. This will not only ensure that the job will be done right, it will also give you the assurance that your investment is in good hands. Here’s how to properly run …


A&A Services: Advantages of Window Replacement

Old windows may look bad. They may also function poorly. If your windows “suffer” from either or, worse, both, maybe it’s about time you have them replaced. With today’s window technology, you can enjoy these amazing benefits when you have your Salem windows replaced: Aesthetics Many homeowners decide to get replacement windows to enhance their …


Tips for Finding a Good Roofing Contractor

Hiring a good contractor for the job is important in whatever kind of roofing service you need. Whether you need minor repair or major installation for your roofing in Danvers MA, it pays to have a team you can confidently work with and trust. A good roofing contractor can give you the assurance of great …


4 Things That Need to Be on Your Roofing To-Do List for 2015

How well did your roof fare this 2014? Now that the year is close to ending, it’s time to start making plans for your Danvers roofing for the upcoming year. Here are some things that need to be on your checklist for 2015: Have your roof inspected. Sure, you checked on your roof a few …


A&A Services Home Improvement: Basic Roofing Glossary

A responsible homeowner is a knowledgeable and informed property owner. They are eager to learn about the various factors involved in Salem roofing projects in order to make informed decisions. Knowing the basic roofing terms used is among these factors. Professional roofers at A&A Services share this list of basic roofing terms that may be …


Is Your Roof Protected From Damage Caused by Ice and Water?

Every winter, there’s a battle between your roof and the elements. The question is, is your Danvers roofing adequately protected? Rain and melted snow can get under a roof’s outer layer (your shingles, slate, or tile, for example) and cause damage. Your roof may also develop ice dams, which are build-ups of ice that form …