Snow may look pretty and delicate while it’s falling, but it can be just as destructive as high winds or flood waters. Allowing snow to accumulate on your roof endangers both your property and your family. The smart homeowner takes the necessary steps to keep his roof clean throughout the winter months. Why Clearing Snow… read more
Category: Roof Maintenance
Winter is a tough time of year for your roof. Storms, snowfall, high winds, falling branches, ice – there’s a lot to withstand during the winter season! When it comes to your roof, prevention is always better than having to find a cure. No matter how bad the weather gets, you want to be assured… read more
Snow brings with it a variety of chores to get done, and adventures to be had. Driveways to shovel, snow tires to put on the car, and snow angels to make with the kids. With all of the work and fun that snow can bring to your household, make sure you pay special attention to… read more
As fall marches steadily into winter, you have 101 things on your mind. There’s a rush on at work, your kids are in three separate holiday shows, and you need to get prepped for family visits. We get it: there’s lot’s to keep track of. But, before the harsh winter weather hits, you’ll want to… read more
You’re pulling into the driveway after a long day at work when it hits you: the sight of those ugly, black stains on your roof. You have no idea what they are or how they got there. Even worse, you have no idea how to get rid of them. Well, you can take some comfort… read more
Things to Avoid in Residential Roofing Projects Tip #5: Don’t Take Roofing Shortcuts Quality Roofing Saves Money in the Long-Run Have you ever heard the saying that slow and steady wins the race? In any roofing project, this adage holds true. Even though it may be tempting to take a shortcut by buying cheap roofing… read more
Things to Avoid in Residential Roofing Projects Tip #1: Don’t Use the Wrong Roofing Materials Choosing the wrong roofing materials is a recipe for disaster, plain and simple. Not only is roof construction a time-consuming and painstaking process, but it can be financially and physically demanding. To add to that stress, building with the wrong… read more
After you’ve learned what it takes to protect your roof from outside damage and keep it in the best working condition year after year, you may be itching to do something to make your property stand out. Upgrading your roof is one surefire way to give your home in an instant facelift. Roof upgrades are… read more
Roof fatigue is none other than wear and tear caused by number of outside factors, like changes in seasons, winter storms, high winds, and even animal infestations. Roof Evaluation Checking for roof fatigue is part of the basic evaluation process. You can assess areas of wear and tear on your roof with 5 helpful criteria: 1…. read more
If your area has experienced a recent storm that was big enough to knock down trees and power lines, it may be time to climb up on your roof to evaluate the damage. It’s also worthwhile to evaluate your roof after a heavy season of rain or snow to catch weather damage early on. As soon… 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!