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Carver MA Contractors

Carver, MA, belongs to Plymouth County, and is named after the first governor of Plymouth County, John Carver. The town spans a total of 40 square miles, with 2.3 of those miles being water. Carver is famous for their large number of cranberry bogs located throughout town. Some of the towns that border Carver include Plympton, Plymouth, Wareham, and Kingston. It is located 38 miles east of Providence, RI, and 45 miles southeast of Boston. According to a recent census, the population of Carver is about 11,509. Mario’s Roofing is proud to provide our services to Carver, MA.

Carver, MA Services:

Roofing  |  Siding  |  Window Replacement  |  Gutter Installation  |  Building & Remodeling  |  Skylights

Roofing in Carver, MA

Have you been noticing dark or dirty looking patches on your roof? This could mean your roof has fungus, mold, or algae growth. It could also mean that the shingles are losing their protective granules. While this doesn’t necessarily mean you have to replace your roof, these issues can be an eye sore. You can opt to have the shingles cleaned, but this may shorten their life span. If your roof is in need of a touch up or something a bit more intensive, don’t hesitate to reach out to Mario’s Roofing!

Siding in Carver, MA

Have you been noticing the seams between your siding boards pulling apart? This is a solid warning sign that your siding needs to be tended to. Seem separation is often associated with siding that has been installed improperly, or has aged significantly. When the seams begin to separate, moisture can gather from rain and seep through the panels to damage the materials beneath. It is best to avoid scenarios like this. If you’ve been experiencing issues with your siding, don’t waste any more time! Reach out to the professionals at Mario’s Roofing!

Replacement Windows in Carver, MA

Have you been noticing an increase in your energy bill lately? Your windows could be the problem. Drafty windows can cause your energy bills to raise between 10% and 25%. Replacing your windows can help reduce your heating and cooling bills, in addition to upping your curb appeal. Besides, if you’re thinking of selling your house in the near future, new windows can be a big selling point.

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