Answering Your Questions About Roofing

  • Before Replacing Your Roof, Arrange for These Conditions

    5 October 2016

    If you've got a roof replacement appointment to schedule, you know you don't have a lot of time. You've got to get the roof done before the next rainstorm hits. But you should give yourself enough time to arrange for certain conditions so that you know the inside of your home will stay in good shape. Roofers are careful not to do things like break through your ceiling, of course, but the vibrations from the roof work and regular human needs can take a toll on things inside.

  • Three Things You Can Do To Pay Less For Homeowners Insurance

    5 October 2016

    It can be expensive to maintain a home, which is why most homeowners appreciate learning ways to save money. One bill that is relatively easy to lower is the premium for homeowners insurance. Here are three things you can do to pay less for homeowners insurance.  Upgrade Your Roof The roof on your home might be the last thing you think about—until a major storm hits, that is. By then, it might be too late to decrease the risk of damage, which is why it's important to be proactive when it comes to ensuring your roof is strong enough to withstand high winds, hail, and excess water.

  • Look At These 3 Things When Checking The Roof After A Long Winter

    26 August 2016

    Winter weather can be rough on a roof. When a long winter is finally over and temperatures start to creep up, it's a good time to check out the condition of the roof to find any problems and have them addressed to prevent leaks and other damage. In particular, here are some things you've got to look at when you're checking your home's roof after the cold months are over.

  • Four Alternative Roofing Materials To Replace Your Worn Asphalt Shingles

    16 July 2015

    Asphalt shingles can wear out and eventually need to be replaced. When it is time to replace your asphalt roof, you may want to consider alternative materials.  Some of the materials that are available include synthetic slates, treated shakes and metal roofing shingles. All these materials have their benefits and can be a great choice for your new roof. If you are ready to have alternative roofing installed to replace your asphalt shingles, here are some of the choices you have: