Savage, Maryland was first settled around 1650 and later named after John Savage, a Philadelphia merchant with interest in a mill on the falls of the Little Patuxent. Today, it is a lovely community filled with historical houses and buildings. A strong roof is your Savage home’s main source of protection for the history inside your home. Phil DiBello Family Roofing leaves no exterior element to chance!
Choosing the right kind of roofing for your house can be an overwhelming task. From the color of the roofing material to its resilience, resistance to weather and cost, there is a lot that goes into the roofing process for your home. Consulting with a reputable roofing contractor company will help alleviate the stress that goes with replacing or repairing your roof.
A Shield For Your Home
Your roof is the first and biggest defense system for protecting you and your family. The dangers that a bad roof poses to your safety and the inside of your home should not be taken lightly. At Phil Dibello Family Roofing, our roofing contractors know the importance of a strong roof, and we know to create it with a seamless process. Not only will your roof stand strong against the world, but it will be a beautiful extension of your home’s unique design as well.
Breezy Windows? We Can Fix That
Do you feel a breeze coming from your window? Well, that can be great when they are opened, but not a good sign when they are closed. Drafts and breezy windows are a huge reason your energy bill might be higher than it should be. Old windows are especially plagued with draftiness and inefficiency. Energy efficiency was not a key component of a good window back in the day, but it is now! New materials and current designs allow us to create windows that fulfill that purpose and still look great in your home.
Time to Ventilate
All homeowners should know the importance of proper ventilation when it comes to their roof. Do not let your home turn into an oven during the summertime!
At Phil DiBello Family Roofing, we understand that the approach for ventilating your attic is always the same, no matter how unique the design and structure is. We have found that it is also easier, and often less expensive, to pile on fiberglass or cellulose insulation, while still providing the most effective integrity to your home.