Answering Your Questions About Roofing

  • Roofing Maintenance 101: 5 Easy Tips For Dealing With Moss

    27 February 2017

    Moss might look pretty on your roof, but it is hardly healthy for it. Moss is among the most common causes for roof repair and replacement. Over time, the moisture in the moss buildup can cause serious damage to your shingles. Luckily, you can easily treat and prevent moss. So how do you deal with fuzzy, green moss on the roof? Here are five tips: 1. Use a Power Washer

  • The Claim After The Storm: Vital Steps You Need To Take After Your Roof Suffers Storm Damage

    22 February 2017

    Storms are a major source of severe roofing damage. High winds can turn tree branches and yard debris into flying projectiles that can crack or displace shingles, and heavy rain or lightning can cause trees to fall on your roof. If your roof has been damaged in a storm, there are several things you must do immediately in order to maximize your chances of being reimbursed by your insurance company, even before you call a roofing contractor like Todd Harkleroad Roofing Inc.

  • Diagnosing Flat Roof Leaks Using Infrared Technology

    1 February 2017

    Flat roofs are a common feature of institutional, commercial, and industrial buildings across the country. They are valued for their ease of access, as well as for allowing large HVAC units to be housed on top of the building. Yet a flat roof can turn into a nightmare should it happen to develop a difficult to locate leak. Fortunately, finding pesky flat roof leaks is no longer as hard as it used to be, thanks to the use of infrared technology.

  • Nail Guns Vs. Hammers When Installing Shingles

    23 January 2017

    When adding shingles to a roof, the two options are to use a hammer or a nail gun. A hammer is much cheaper and there are some other benefits to a hammer, but there are some reasons why you might want to consider using a nail gun instead. Positioning The Nail One of the challenges of nail guns is that they often cannot get the nail into the proper position. As a result, it is often better to use a hammer that can allow for the nail to be put in the proper place more accurately.