You can say a lot of things about roofs, and most of them might be true. But one thing that nobody can argue with is that roofs are tops. This statement can be taken in several ways. A roof does for the top of your home. It can also act like a "top" or lid for your home, keeping the rain out. Then, there's the third meaning, which is the one we happen to like the most: roofs are the best. (People say things are "tops" when they really like them.) Since we like roofs so much, we've decided to write about them, and you've discovered the blog where we do that.
14 July 2021
Your roof helps protect your home, which is why it is essential to know what signs of damage to watch out for. Knowing the signs of damage listed below will allow you to visually inspect your roof throughout the year, and allow you to know when to call in a professional roofing contractor to handle the repairs. Missing Shingles As shingles get older and wear down, they don't stay in a place like they used to.
13 July 2021
Residential roofing repair can be a tricky task to undertake. Many details need to be considered before you make your decision and get started with any repairs or replacements. Here are some questions homeowners should consider when deciding whether they want to repair or replace their roofs. What Is Your Roof Made of and How Old Is It? If your roof is made of a material like asphalt shingles, slate, clay tiles, or anything other than metal, is less than 12 years old, and is in good condition, the best thing to do would be to repair it.
9 July 2021
Knowing you have roof damage is one thing, but finding the source of the damage and a resulting leak can be more challenging. Fortunately, there are some hints provided by the type of leak. 1. Ceiling Stains Ceiling water stains range in color from yellow to brown. They also don't always provide the best guide for the exact location of the leak, as it isn't always in the roof directly over the stained area.
8 July 2021
Performing a roof repair or installation by yourself can be pretty tempting, but it isn't a good idea. Everyone wants to go the DIY route to save money. You can watch many YouTube videos, but it's impossible to match the skill level of a roofing contractor. Besides, installing a roof by yourself can end up badly, forcing you to spend more money in the long run. Instead of going through all that stress, hire a roofing contractor.
6 July 2021
When you own a business, it's easy to neglect the actual building and solely focus on the product and customers. However, without regular maintenance, the building starts to deteriorate, which can affect your bottom line by upsetting employees and/or making customers feel unsafe or unwelcome. One of the most vulnerable parts of your business is the commercial roof. If you would like to know more, check out these three top reasons to replace your commercial roof.