With over three decades of experience, we’re prepared to assist you with exterior restoration and repair.
Maintaining the inside of a home can be a time-consuming task, but many property owners fail to realize the importance of doing so on the outside as well. Since your home’s exterior is constantly exposed to the changing climate conditions, it can take a lot of abuse. Moisture is also prevalent outside, which can increase the risk of problems like wood rot, mold and mildew growth, and stains.
At Universal Home Solutions, we take a comprehensive approach to exterior restoration and repair for clients located throughout Mint Hill, North Carolina and the surrounding area. We can pinpoint and address issues that may be impacting the structural integrity, safety, and appearance of your home.
There are many elements of your structure that provide necessary protection from the rainfall, high winds, and other weather conditions. One of the most important parts is the roof, which serves as the first line of defense against the elements. But if your roof is damaged, moisture seepage is a major concern. The drainage system, which consists of gutters and downspouts, helps to funnel water off the roof and allow it to drain in an ideal location on the property. Issues with any part of this system can lead to moisture concerns as well.
Our exterior restoration and repair services include work on drainage systems, roofing materials, and soffit and fascia. We can resolve problems that are threatening your home’s condition and appearance, helping to protect it and keep it looking its best. With over three decades of experience, we’re prepared to assist you with exterior restoration and repair. We work on all styles of homes to help our clients protect their investments. Contact us to learn more.
At Universal Home Solutions, we offer exterior restoration and repair services in Matthews, Ballantyne, Charlotte, Cotswold, Dilworth, Harrisburg, Indian Trail, Marvin, Mint Hill, Monroe, Myers Park, Pineville, South Charlotte, South Park, Waxhaw, Weddington, and Wesley Chapel, North Carolina.