Unexplained Roof Leaks: Did Something Puncture Your Roof?

If it rains in your home, but you can't find the source of the leak, check your roof for punctures. A number of things can puncture or put holes in your roof, including hail and tree limbs. If the punctures become large enough, they can allow water to leak into your house. Learn more about roof punctures and how you can find and seal the punctures in your roof below. Read More 

Simple Tips To Help You Prepare For New Window Installations

From the refresh the products will give to your property to the ability to save big money on your monthly energy bills, there are several benefits to having new windows professionally installed in your home. Preparing your home before the installation crew arrives to hang the windows will help ensure the windows are not damaged and the crew is able to install the windows as quickly and seamlessly as possible. Here are a few simple tips to help you prepare your home before new windows are installed. Read More 

Key Commercial Roofing Maintenance Services For Flat Roofs

If your commercial roof is flat, then it will require specific maintenance to remain in great condition. You don't have to carry out this maintenance yourself though. It's probably better to hire a commercial roofing company that provides the following maintenance services to your flat roof. Regular Leak Inspection Having a flat roof on your commercial property means some areas may collect water. It's important there aren't leaks around these areas because if they were present, water could get inside your commercial building and cause a lot of damage. Read More 

Need A New Roof? Get Familiar With These Terms

Have you been talking to roofing contractors about replacing your existing roof, but feel a bit confused by the terms that they are using? It will help to know these common terms so you understand what is going on. Sheathing Roof sheathing, also known as roof decking, is the component of the roof that all of the roofing material is secured to. It could be made out of wooden planks, OSB (oriented strand board), or plywood. Read More 

3 Incentives To Invest In A Commercial Roofing Overlay

While commercial roofing materials are designed to last, they're bound to wear out over time due to constant exposure to the elements. That's why it's crucial for every business owner to note down their roofing system's lifespan. This allows them to start saving for a roofing upgrade early. Timely roofing upgrades reset your roofing system's lifespan, and this gives you peace of mind knowing that your indoor spaces are protected from the elements, and your equipment is secured from damage. Read More