Have you recently thought about updating your home but did not want to deplete your savings account or maybe you just don’t have the extra funds when you need it. If either is the case you may want to consider financing your home improvement and with interest rates at record lows and banks easing their credit requirements now is as good of time as any to update your home.

Additions as patio or sunrooms not only will give you a peaceful getaway without leaving the driveway but will also increase the value of your home. If your home is in need of a new roof don’t discount the option of financing the improvement. Your home is your castle and keeping it in tip top shape will keep you from having expensive repairs from a leaky roof as well as its insurability.

There are several ways of going about financing home improvements including seconds, also known as home equity lines of credit if you have enough equity built up in your home.  If you have good credit and a solid relationship with your banker a signature loan maybe an option though your interest rate may be higher than a second.

Today there are also home improvement loans available through various lenders that even offer 0% interest loans if the loan is paid off in 12 to 18 months.  Drawdy Roofing & Vinyl Siding is proud to offer our customers several types of low to no interest loans to homeowners who qualify.

Whether updating your home with energy efficient windows, updating the exterior with beautiful vinyl siding, replacing a worn out roof or giving you more living space with a patio addition, Drawdy Roofing & Vinyl Siding is your all-inclusive provider. From helping you with the plans for your new addition to providing financing options we want to be your contractor of choice.   

 Vince Dettore, VP of Marketing/Business Operations


What are we talking about here? Michael Gerber, author of the E-myth, a book on business explains the "fatal assumption." In short it goes like this; because you understand how to do the work of a roofer then you understand how to run a successful roofing business. This skewed thinking is a major reason why 80% of all small businesses fail in the first 5 years. Many owners are running a business by the "seat of their pants" rather than a business run using systems.

Now with over 40 years in business in Southwest Georgia, Drawdy Roofing & Vinyl Siding is run on systems we have fine tuned over the years and continue to modify regularly. Our systems are designed with the number one goal of delivering the best service possible to our customer. In 2012 we added a new product offering with patio additions. If not for systems in place we use for roofing, vinyl siding and windows it would have been hard to successfully add another key offering to our customers. Going forward our focus will continue on checks and balances to assure our systems of operation are delivering exceptional service to our customers.  

Vince Dettore

Hiring an unlicensed contractor is risky. Their bid may come in well under everyone else’s bid, but when the work is done you discover subpar materials and bad workmanship. Then you realize the contractor is unlicensed and is nowhere to be found. Additionally you can be held liable for on the job injuries or insurance. When you hire an unlicensed contractor complying with city or county codes and correcting problems are all your responsibility as well as being held responsible for the unlicensed contractors’ illegal acts.

Licensed contractors as Drawdy Roofing & Vinyl Siding however, are subject to laws designed to protect both you and your investment against empty promises and careless construction.

Ask to see the contractors license and make sure the estimate or documentation has the contractor’s license number on it. Check their standing with the State license board before you sign the contract or allow work to begin. Get everything in writing with all changes to be signed by you. Understand what you’re signing and make sure everything you have requested be in the contract.