Do You Need A New Roof? Climb Up And Have A Look

Your roof has a limited lifetime. While the actual number of years you can eke out of it depends on a number of factors, including the grade of shingles used and how well they were installed, the average life expectancy for an asphalt shingles is just 15 to 20 years. Mother Nature also comes into play. The weather that your roof endures over its lifetime can greatly impact these numbers. Rain, salt water spray, heavy snow load, hail, strong winds, and ice storms can batter a roof and shorten its life. Read More 

3 Ways To Take Care Of Your Foam Roof

If you have a foam roof, you want to make sure that you keep it in great shape so that it can continue to provide you with protection for years to come. It is easy to take care of a foam roof. Remove Large Objects by Hand When large objects get on your roof, such as tree branches, leaves, trash, and even bird nests, make sure that you remove them by hand. Read More 

How To Replace Your Gutters

The problem with gutters is that they become weak, uneven, and damaged after years of usage. Gutters in climates where it is cold and icy endure the hardest wear. Also, gutters on a roof underneath trees can get clogged and over-weighted quite easily. Basically, if you have a home with a gutter attached to the fascia board, you can expect that you will need to replace it at least once over the lifetime of your property. Read More 

Ways To Make Your Commercial Roof More Energy Efficient

Are you looking for ways to make your commercial building more energy efficient? If so, one way you can do it is with the roof. Consider these ways that will help reduce how much energy your business uses. Add Roof Insulation One easy way to make your building energy efficient is by adding more insulation. It helps keep the heat from the sun outside during the summer, and keeps all that heat from your furnace inside during the winter. Read More 

Clay Roofing: The Right Choice For Your Vacation Home

Investing in a vacation home allows you and your family to escape the stress of daily life and unwind in a property that is all your own. Vacation homes are typically not occupied on a continuous basis throughout the year. This means that the construction materials used to reinforce your vacation home must require little maintenance and be capable of withstanding exposure to the elements. If you are in the market for a new roof for your vacation home, clay tiles are the way to go. Read More