If you want a sturdy and strong replacement roof, then you probably know that you have a wide variety of options. And, while you may want the traditional three-tab shingles, architectural varieties are a good option as well. If you are unfamiliar with these, then keep reading to learn about what architectural shingles are and what kind of benefits they have. What Are Architectural Shingles? Normal three-tab asphalt shingles are the standard for homes across the United States, and they provide your home with a traditional look.
20 March 2020
When you hire a roofing company to replace your roof or make major repairs, you are putting the job in their hands. They are now responsible for ensuring that the new roof turns out well and continues to serve you for years to come. You won't have to do anything risky like climb on the roof or haul shingles up there; the trained roofers will take care of all that. But that being said, there are a few things you can do to make the project easier on your roofing contractor, thereby helping them to do their best work.
19 February 2020
Having a quality new roof installed on your home can involve a lot of work and research, but the time and effort is worth it to make sure you end up with something you love. To make sure you get the best possible job done and save some money in the process, here are four important items to add to your list when you start shopping around. What Materials to Use
18 February 2020
There are a number of reasons why you might need a new roof for your home. Extensive damage caused by a storm can mean a roof replacement is necessary. The age of your roof may also be a problem. An asphalt shingle roof will last about 20 years, and you will begin to notice issues with your shingles. You might find loose shingles or begin to experience roof leaks that need to be repaired consistently.
17 February 2020
You want to keep your roof in great condition. One thing that can ruin your roof is roof fungus. There are four different types of roof fungus: moss, algae, mold, and mildew. Each of these types of roof fungus is dangerous for your home and needs to be taken care of right away. Roof Fungus #1: Moss One of the most familiar types of roof fungus is moss. Moss is attracted to moisture, and if you have moss in your general area and your roof is in the shadows and gets just enough moisture, moss can grow.
14 February 2020
You may not think about your building's roof too often, especially when there are no active leaks or problems. Yet, what you can't see can hurt you -- developing damage will eventually lead to roof failure and a hit to your business's bottom line. Bird damage can be the root of many flat commercial roof problems. The following guide can help you understand bird risks and how to avoid them.
13 February 2020
As the owner of an apartment complex, you know that maintaining your buildings is major component of ensuring tenant satisfaction. Nowhere is this more true than with the building roof. Annual Inspections Leaks don't just impact the integrity of your roof and lead to building damage; they are also a nuisance that can affect your ability to keep tenants and maintain the market value of your building. An annual inspection allows you to catch damage that can lead to leaks quickly, before major issues affect your tenants.
12 February 2020