Learning About Preventing Roof Damage

Need To Put A New Roof On Your Office Building? Consider Using Metal

Do you need to install a new roof on your office building? If so, you may want to consider using metal roofing material. Here are some benefits of metal roofing that you may not be aware of. Metal Is Strong The main benefit of using metal on your office building is that it will be much stronger than a comparable roofing material. Metal won't curl, crack, or become deformed due to the weather, making it a great choice for a roofing material.   Read More...

3 Signs Your Home's Roof Needs To Be Replaced

How old is the asphalt shingle roof on your home? Have you even looked up at your roof lately to see what it looks like? If you're like many people, you've probably lost track of how long it's been since your roof was last replaced or even just repaired. Unfortunately, this can lead to surprises when your roof starts to leak and the inside of your home gets damaged by water. But there are a number of things that you can look for to tell that your roof is nearing the end of its lifespan.   Read More...

The Benefits Of A Butterfly Roof

If you are having a new home constructed or installing an entirely new roof on your existing home, you have to select a roof style for the home. The most common style is a pitched or sloped roof. This type of roof has two side pieces that come together to form an upside down V shape on your roof. However, this is not the only style of roof that you can select.   Read More...

Changing the Way Your Roof Vents Warm Air

Roof vents disseminate warm, moist air from your attic out of the top of the roof. You will have one or two vents just for the attic itself, and a vent for every bathroom in your home that contains a bath or shower. Most homes have vents on the slopes of the roof, but those types of roof vents are quickly being replaced by vents in the ridges of the roof where the slopes meet the peaks.   Read More...

Three Critical Roof Maintenance Tasks You Must Do To Prevent Winter Damage

Winter can be the most brutal time of year for roofs because the snow and ice can do significant damage to shingles, flashing, and other areas if you aren't vigilant about your winter maintenance. Here are three crucial things you must do during the winter months to ensure your roof is healthy and ready to go when spring and summer rolls around. Clear Out the Snow Quickly If you live in an area that gets quite a bit of snow every winter season, then be prepared to go out on a regular basis to remove the cold, fluffy stuff from your roof.   Read More...