Learning About Preventing Roof Damage

Wooden Or Compositie Fascia Boards

The fascia boards on your roofline are hugely important when it comes to both the style and structural integrity of your roof. That is, if your fascia boards are not in good condition, you could run into problems with a sagging roofline. Also, the fascia board is one of the most important pieces of trim around your home, so you want it to always look straight and brightly painted. Of course, the material that you choose for your fascia boards can have a huge impact on how difficult it is to keep them looking straight and clean.   Read More...

Roofing And Storms: Get Ready For The Worst With These 3 Preparation Tips

Soon, storms will be causing damage to homes across the country. It does not matter if you home is inland, high winds can cause a lot of damage to the roof of your home. There are things that you need to do to prepare for the damage and get ready for emergency repairs. Here are some preparation tips to get your roof ready for the next storm: 1. Trimming Trees and Cleaning Debris That Cause Damage   Read More...

Breaking Down A New Roof Confusion: 5 Steps To Help You Decide When To Replace Roofing

When is it time to have the shingles on your roof replaced? This is a question that confuses many homeowners because there are different factors that affect roofing materials. Damage from storms, a fallen tree or other causes may also impact the lifespan of asphalt shingles. Then, you have the limited warranty from the manufacture, which is rarely how long roofing will actually last. So, here are some simple steps to have you determine when shingles have reached the end of their lifespan and need to be replaced:   Read More...

What Does a Roofing Contractor Look for During a Commercial Roofing Inspection?

It is recommended that you have your commercial roof inspected on a yearly basis. However, you may find yourself wondering what the roofing contractor is looking for as they walk around your roof. Here are a few of the things that a commercial roofer pays close attention to when they do a commercial roofing inspection.  Mold One of the things that a contractor is looking for during a roof inspection is mold.   Read More...

Slate Versus Tile...Which Material Should You Use For Your New Roof?

Whether your existing roof has experienced enough problems that the cost of repairs is likely to be too close to the cost of a new roof or you simply want to provide a new roof for your home, slate and tile are both popular choices. They share similar features and can be costly to purchase and install, but can last for many years with proper use and care.  Therefore, if you're torn between tile and slate for your new roof, it's a good idea to be aware of the following attributes and challenges of each choice.   Read More...