You can say a lot of things about roofs, and most of them might be true. But one thing that nobody can argue with is that roofs are tops. This statement can be taken in several ways. A roof does for the top of your home. It can also act like a "top" or lid for your home, keeping the rain out. Then, there's the third meaning, which is the one we happen to like the most: roofs are the best. (People say things are "tops" when they really like them.) Since we like roofs so much, we've decided to write about them, and you've discovered the blog where we do that.
30 September 2022
Many homeowners look at their roofs from the ground to give them a visual inspection and think that everything is fine. However, storm damage is not always as apparent as you may think. Here are some things that you need to know about storm damage if you are a homeowner that's responsible for their own roof. Professional Inspection Is Needed One of the problems with storm damage is that you actually need to get on the roof to inspect it properly.
26 September 2022
Like many roofing systems, with proper maintenance, your rubber roof will last long. While the level of care for such roofs is minimal, you should leave this task to a professional roofer as they know the products to use to prevent damage. In addition, they'll inspect for minor roof damages and make repairs where necessary. That said, if it is your first hiring a roofing contractor, here are things they will do to improve the longevity of your rubber roof.
19 September 2022
Asphalt shingles are one of the most popular materials for residential and commercial properties. They are liked for their affordability, easy installation, and durability. If you have this type of roof, you need routine maintenance and timely repairs to extend its lifespan. This piece will help you discover common types of damage that affect asphalt shingles and why you should schedule repairs immediately. 1. Blistering Perhaps one of the most common issues with asphalt materials is blistering.
9 September 2022
Metal roofs are very long-lived, but they do not last forever. It's important that homeowners know how to recognize when a metal roof is near the end of its lifespan and needs replacement. But without being able to check for things like lifted shingles or popped nails, how do you know a metal roof is in disrepair? Here are the key signs it's time to look into metal roof replacement.
1 September 2022
Although a roof is quite a worthwhile investment, it will not last forever. Even with efforts to sustain the roof, it will deteriorate when it exceeds its lifespan. If your roof is too old, it will fail to provide the needed protection. Meanwhile, you will incur recurring repair costs if you keep the old installation. Thus, it is important to engage an expert residential roofer to install and maintain a new roof.