Answering Your Questions About Roofing

  • Take Better Care Of Your Home With These Simple New Year's Resolutions

    29 December 2016

    New Year's Day is just around the corner. If you usually play into the tradition of making resolutions, you may be thinking of ways you can take better care of your health or accelerate your career in 2017. But resolutions of this sort are rarely kept. Why not shake things up a little and take a new approach with your resolutions this year? Here are four simple resolutions that will help you take better care of your home, preserving its value and minimizing your need to make repairs in the coming years.

  • Do You Have Questions About How Metal Roofs Work? Here Are Some Answers

    29 December 2016

    Many people shy away from the idea of a metal roof because they have preconceived notions of how they work. Many of those notions come from how people think metal works in general. Here are some questions people often have about metal roofs. Will a metal roof attract lightning? Your metal roof isn't a lightning magnet. Many people misunderstand how lightning works. Metal doesn't attract lighting, it only conducts it. Your roof won't attract lightning.

  • 3 Important Questions To Ask When Hiring A Company To Install Your New Roof

    27 December 2016

    When choosing a roof installation company to work with, it's a good idea to consult with several prospective providers so you can compare your options and ensure that you're getting the most bang for your buck. Here are a few questions to ask during your consultations that should help you make the right hiring decision when all is said and done: How Long Are Warranties And Guarantees Good For? More than likely, any materials and labor provided by prospective roofing companies will be covered under some type of warranty and may even come with a guarantee—but you can't assume that all the offerings are created equal.

  • Will A Spray Foam Roof Withstand Extreme Weather?

    23 December 2016

    If you have a low-slop or flat roof, you may be using spray foam for its roofing material. Consumers love spray foam because it is energy efficient, which will save them money on their energy bills. A concern about this material is if it will be able to withstand extreme weather conditions, or if the energy savings will be offset by the cost to repair the roof down the road. Here is what you need to know about spray foam and 3 weather conditions.

  • Tips For Spotting The Need For A Repair To Your Roof

    16 December 2016

    You will need to make sure that you are able to quickly spot the need for a roof repair on your home. This way, you will be able to limit the amount of damage that you will have to deal with later on. There Is A Dip Or Bump In The Roof At no time should you be able to spot a dip or a bump in the roof line.

  • Winter Is Here: 4 Steps To Protect Your Metal Roof

    30 November 2016

    Winter is finally here. If you haven't already winterized your metal roofing, it's time to take care of that. Winter weather can wreak havoc on your roof. Before you start hanging up your holiday decorations, take the time to winterize the roof. Taking a few precautionary measures will help avoid wintertime roofing emergencies. Here are four simple steps you can take to get your roof ready for winter. Do a Visual Inspection

  • Three Tips For A Leak-Free Holiday Season This Year

    17 November 2016

    For a lot of people, home is where the holidays matter the most. Your home's roof is one of the most important things that you need to make sure to care for during the winter months if you want to remain stress-free during the holiday season and into spring. As long as your roof is sound and not in need of immediate replacement, focus on avoiding any problems with leaks during the cold winter months.