Use A Certified Roofer For Your House

When you hire a contractor to put a new roof on your house, you want to be sure that that roof is going to last as long as possible and be in good shape for as long as it can be. One thing that you can do that will help you with those things is to look for a certified roofing contractor.  Certifications Certifications can come from a couple of different places. Read More 

Residential Roofing: 5 Advances Your Roofing Contractor Can Do In Your Home

When thinking of the best way to improve your home's curb appeal, you may initially think of new paint colors or landscaping. However, there are other ways to update your property while improving the home's function and comfort. One of the best ways is to have a home roofing upgrade. There are several benefits to upgrading your roof, as with any home improvement. You can take advantage of recent roofing advances to improve the comfort of your home, lower your heating and cooling costs, and make your home safer. Read More 

Frequently Asked Questions About Residential Roof Cleaning Services

Residential roofing services can include roof repair, roof installation, roof tear-offs, and roof retrofitting. One of the lesser-known services that roofers offer is roof cleaning. Roof cleaning is an important step in caring for and maintaining your roof, but it is not a service that many people are familiar with. Here are a few frequently asked questions pertaining to a residential roof cleaning service and the answers.  Do You Really Need Your Roof Cleaned? Read More 

How Hail Damages Membrane Roofing And Repairs A Commercial Roofing Contractor Might Make

If your area has had a recent storm with hail, even fairly small hail, it's a good idea to have your membrane roof checked by a commercial roofing contractor. Hail is destructive since it strikes with strong force when driven by wind. The impacts can cause punctures and tears in membrane roofing. If the damage isn't found and repaired, rain can seep under the membrane and ruin the insulation boards. This leads to a roof leak and premature failure of your roof. Read More 

How A Roofing Contractor Prepares For Your Roof Replacement

If you've never put a roof on a house before, you might think it's a quick process from the estimate to the final inspection. Sometimes, that might be the case, but it's also possible you'll encounter delays. For that reason, don't put off calling a roofing contractor to give you a quote for a new roof to get the process started. Here are some things the roofing contractor needs to do before getting started on your roofing job. Read More