Roof Repair Regulations

3 Tips To Get Your Home's Roof Ready For Summer Storm Season

During the summer months, many areas of the country experience severe weather that produces very strong storms that can do a lot of damage to a residential roof. While there is no way for you to control the weather, there are steps that you can take to help protect your roof from unexpected storms that your area may experience. Preparing your roof for summer storms does not take a huge amount of time, and being prepared can help you avoid serious roof damage and costly repairs after a summer storm rolls through.   Read More...

Comparing the Three Main Types of Roof Coatings

Roof coating is a type of sealant that is placed on top of your roofing material and is designed to prevent damage, reflect sunlight, or act as a secondary barrier against water damage. Understanding the differences between the three most common types of roof coatings can help you figure out which one is the best fit for your property's roofing requirements. Acrylic Acrylic roof coatings are well-suited for property owners who are looking to reduce their air conditioning bills.   Read More...

6 Ideas For Home Improvement Projects

Home improvement projects are an excellent way to keep busy. In addition, they are also an ideal way of raising your property value. This is a good move if you're planning to put your house on the market in the near future. There are many directions that you can take as far as home improvement projects go. Here are the top six.  Improve the Energy Efficiency There are many reasons why you'd want to improve the energy efficiency of your home.   Read More...

Three Things To Talk To Your Commercial Roofer About During Installation

If you own a commercial or industrial property and are getting it reroofed, then you know just how much money you are putting into it. Even though you may be stressed about the upfront cost, it's not something that you can avoid. Plus, having a new roof will ensure that your tenants stay happy and dry during the winter. Before your roofer gets started on the big job, there are a few things that you may want to ask them about, including the examples below.   Read More...

Roofing: Should You Get Repairs or a Replacement?

Unexpected roof repairs can shock both the wallet and the family. Repairs are inevitable; but knowing when to get them and when to move on with roof replacement is wise. Use these questions for deciding when talks about repairs should be talks about replacements instead. What's Your Budget?  Your budget will dictate much of what you're willing to do about missing shingles, ice dams, and roof damage. If you can get simple repairs when necessary without too many roofing staffers around or too little privacy, you may avoid huge, more expensive repairs or a replacement for a time.   Read More...