For a homeowner or business owner, timing your roof cleaning right is more about temperature than season. Depending on where you live, you may be able to clean your roof in the winter – if weather permits. In a warm, sunny state like Florida, it can make more sense to clean roof shingles in winter… read more
Month: March 2013
Even though a skylight is used primarily for decoration and aesthetic appeal, it still qualifies as a hole in your roof. And just like any other roofing hole, including a chimney or vent, a skylight must be sealed impeccably to prevent the possibility of leaking and water damage. THE BEST WAY TO SEAL A SKYLIGHT… read more
Flashing materials will vary greatly based on roofing materials, structure, and climate. Three of the most common flashing materials you’re likely to encounter include: 1. Copper: The most preferred flashing material by far is copper flashing; however, it is the most costly. Nonetheless, copper remains highly durable and is easy to work into a desired… read more
The main purpose of a roof structure is to protect a home or commercial building against outside weather conditions. By far, roofers would agree that the most difficult element to manage is water, whether it comes in the form of rain, snow, sleet, or hail. After a roof has been installed properly based on the… read more
Once you have taken the time to install a new roof, you want to do everything in your power to uphold your investment. Protecting a residential or commercial roofing system is the most effective way to reduce losses caused by outside damage, namely weather conditions like wind, hail, snow, and rain. Once a roof has… read more
Your roof deserves the attention
Homeowners don’t always appreciate the job a roof does until there is a problem and by then it is often too late. If you haven’t had someone look at your roof within the past two years, it is time!