Water Damage, Roof Replacement, And You


Good Reasons To Have Your Metal Roof Waxed Before Winter

Protective wax layers are one thing that you can add to your metal roof to protect it. If you have never had this treatment performed, there are a few things you should know. Here is a look at a few good reasons to have your metal roof waxed before winter.  Having the metal roof waxed will enhance the roof's lifespan.  Protective layers that get added to the

Why The Color Of Your Roofing Shingles Matter

Many roofers may not take their time to pick colors for their roofing shingles. Most people do it purely for aesthetic concerns. In the grand scheme of things, however, there are numerous reasons to give shingle color serious consideration. Below is an overview of the significance of shingle color. Curb Appeal As hinted above, your roof's color plays a role in your ho

Choosing A Commercial Roofing Contractor: The Type Of Roof And Which Contractors Will Do It

Commercial roofing contractors are generally accustomed to constructing specific types of commercial roofs. Some specialize in a particular kind of roof as well. If you need a roof on your commercial building, do you know who to hire? Here is how to choose a contractor based on the types of roofs they are willing to construct. The Flat Roof with Gravel, Concrete, or A

Tips For Preventing Ice Dams This Winter

Ice dams are a problem that can happen to your roof this winter. Thankfully, there are some easy ways to prevent ice dams from forming if you follow these tips. Add More Insulation Many ice dams form due to hot spots in the roof. As heat rises to the top of your attic, anywhere that you are lacking insulation is going to cause heat transfer to the surface of the roof.

Things To Know About Using Pine Roofing Shingles

If you like the idea of wooden shingles for the roof of your home, your first instinct might be to speak to a local roofing contractor to price out cedar shingles. There's little doubt that cedar is a popular choice for homeowners who favor the look of wood, but it's not the only way that you can proceed. Another option is to consider pine roofing shingles. They're no