If you are in the mindset that you need your roof replaced, you might start to feel overwhelmed. After all, this is a large project to take on requiring the financial capability, as well as the ability to possible have to live outside of your home for at least a few days. Since this is such a big task, here are four things you want to do first: Get an Inspection: It should be the professional roofers who are telling you to replace the roof. [Read More]
Three Common Roofing Materials to Consider
If you are re-roofing your home, there is so much to consider that it can often be a little confusing. The perfect material or style might not immediately jump out at you. You need to research and find the best product for your style, climate, price range, and maintenance abilities. This article aims to quickly introduce you to three of the most commonly used products in residential roofing. It should help you choose, or at least narrow down the options. [Read More]
3 Signs It's Time For A New Roof
Having a functional roof is critical when you are trying to ensure the structural stability of your home. The roof acts as the first line of defense when it comes to keeping moisture out of your home. Since water can wreak havoc on construction materials, maintaining your roof is a critical home maintenance task. Knowing when to replace your roof is important. A new roof can be costly, but investing in the installation of new roofing materials will help you preserve the integrity of your home. [Read More]
To Re-Roof Or Not To Re-Roof?
Commercial roofing systems tend to last for a very long time, but they're not designed to last forever. Sooner or later, you'll eventually find your building in need of a roofing solution that's able to protect your investments underneath. If the cost of a complete replacement seems unreasonable for your budget, you may be better off having your existing roof re-covered using high-quality materials. The Case for Re-Roofing Replacing any type of commercial roof, whether it's a flat roof made from EPDM or a steep-slope roof covered in asphalt shingles, clay tiles or wood shakes, could easily be the costliest investment you'll make in your commercial building. [Read More]