Offering the following services in Highland Park, Illinois:
What causes a roof to go bad? Is it weather, age or a combination if both? Roofing system failures can be caused by a number of factors, including age, severe weather, poor workmanship, defective materials, improper specification of a roofing system, abuse and failure to maintain the roof.
Do you have roof damage?
Call All American Exterior Solutions® for your roof repair needs in Highland Park, Illinois
If my roof is damaged, is it best to repair or replace the entire roof? Roof Repair is a where an existing roofing system has additions and adjustments made to it, such as caulking, re-roofing and repairing penetration to fix leaks in the roofing system.
Be Proactive! Schedule regular maintenance inspections.
Call All American Exterior Solutions® for your roof maintenance needs in Highland Park, Illinois
Roof Maintenance is the physical inspection of an existing roof to determine it’s current condition, detect weakness and failures and identify any potential future problems. Through a program of regularly scheduled annual or semiannual inspections, the company’s technicians assist owner in protecting their roofing investments by seeking to identify damage in its early stages.
Early detection of leaks and roof system failures make it possible for the company to repair and extend the life of a roof system, which is significantly less expensive and time consuming than re-roofing.
When was the last time you had your roof inspected?
Call All American Exterior Solutions® for your roofing inspection needs in Highland Park, Illinois
Inspecting your roof can save you thousands of dollars! Routine roof inspections are recommended for all home owners. Schedule your inspection today.
Need New Windows?
All American Exterior Solutions® has been in business since 1975, and has grown to be a trusted Company in the Chicago area. Since the beginning All American Exterior Solutions® strives to provide the best values to our customers part of that is being the best resource for energy efficiency and home performance which includes replacement of windows that are single pane. Many Chicago area homeowners have taken advantage of All American Exterior Solutions® window replacement service. Replacing single pane windows in your home with double pane windows is one of the best ways to achieve maximum comfort in your home, while attaining energy efficiency and reduces utility bills. All American Exterior Solutions® offers one of the best Double Pane Windows on the market that you won’t find anywhere else.
So, if you are looking for an expert window company in Chicago area, then look no further. When our professional installers come out to your home, they will show you all of your options to help make the best selection for you. All American Exterior Solutions® pride themselves on providing the best possible service to each and every one of our customers, and window replacement will be no different.
What is a Double Pane Window?
Insulated Glazing, more commonly known as double pane, are double glass window panes separated by an air or other gas filled space to reduce heat transfer from outside to the interior of your home. Insulated Glass Units are manufactured with glass in range of thickness from 3 mm to 10 mm (1/8″ to 3/8″). Laminated or tempered glass may also be used as part of the construction. Most units are manufactured with the same thickness of glass used on both panes but special applications such as acoustic attenuation or security may require wide ranges of thicknesses to be incorporated in the same unit.
What are Window Spacers?
The glass panes are separated by a “spacer”. A spacer is the piece that separates the two panes of glass in an insulating glass system, and seals the gas space between them. A spacer that reduces heat flow in glazing configurations may also have characteristics for sound dampening where external noise is an issue. Typically, spacers are filled with or contain desiccant to remove moisture trapped in the gas space during manufacturing, thereby lowering the dew point of the gas in that space, and preventing condensation from forming on surface #2 when the outside glass pane temperature falls.