Architectural Panels - Benefits Of Using Them For Siding

Posted on: 30 January 2023

If you're about ready to add new siding to your property, there are a lot of great options. One of the more unique ones is architectural paneling. You might add this material to your home if the following benefits sound worthwhile.  Very Durable Most architectural panels — when used as siding — are very durable because they're made up of metals. Some of the more popular options include steel, titanium, aluminum, and copper. [Read More]

Returning Home After A Hurricane: Check The Roof

Posted on: 20 January 2023

Returning home after a hurricane is always a little bittersweet. You're happy to see that your home is still standing, but you know there could be hidden damage still to discover. As you begin assessing your home, it's important to focus on the roof. Roof damage is really common in hurricanes, and even minor roof damage can lead to extensive leaks that cause more serious water damage. So, what roofing problems should you look for post-storm? [Read More]

Understanding The Different Types Of Solar Shingles

Posted on: 13 January 2023

The term solar roofing is used as a "catch-all" term. When in fact, it can refer to two distinctly different styles of roofing shingles for your home. There are two primary designs of solar shingles: photovoltaic and reflective. They both have the potential to save you money on your energy, but they accomplish these potential savings in very different ways: Solar Photovoltaic Shingles Photovoltaic shingles are an innovative solar energy technology that is designed to replace traditional asphalt shingles on the roofs of homes. [Read More]

Options Available When Installing A Low-Slope Roof On Your Commercial Building

Posted on: 9 January 2023

Flat or low-slope roofs are the norm for commercial buildings. In most cases, people prefer them over other types because they demand fewer materials and are multifunctional. For example, the initial construction cost of flat roofing is less than when you install a pitched alternative, as it takes up less space. Also, you can place your HVAC equipment, solar panels, and other essential equipment on its surface. That said, you should know that low-rise designs aren't perfectly flat but need a little slope for proper drainage. [Read More]