Points To Consider When Selecting New Shingle Roofing

Posted on: 10 April 2020

Asphalt shingle roofing is the most popular type of residential roofing because it is one of the most affordable types, and even though it has a shorter lifespan than other types of roofing, it is effective at keeping out rain for many years. If you're ready to have a new asphalt roof put on, you'll probably have more choices than you realize when it's time to pick out the shingles. Here are some options to think about. [Read More]

Can You Repair Ripped Roofing Shingles On Your Own?

Posted on: 8 April 2020

I​f you are not ready to replace your entire roof at this point, then you may want to think about making some basic repairs. And, if you are seeing some ripped shingles across the roof structure, you may be wondering whether the shingles can actually be repaired on a short-term basis. Find out whether they can or cannot and if so, how you can make the repair. Can Ripped Shingles Be Repaired? [Read More]

Living Roof Considerations For Your Home Remodel

Posted on: 6 April 2020

If you've decided that this spring is the time to tackle that home remodeling project you've been dreaming about, you might be thinking about including a new roof in your remodeling plans. This is especially true if you are remodeling to make your home more energy-efficient and environmentally friendly. A vegetative roof is a great option, but one that comes with some important considerations. Here are a few things you need to think about if a vegetative roof is in your remodeling plan. [Read More]

6 Signs Your Roofing Contractor Is Fully Prepared To Handle Your Roof Installation Project

Posted on: 3 April 2020

If you are going to have a roof installed on your home sometime soon, you are probably hoping that your roofing contractor will be able to install everything properly. Of course, this depends on just how prepared the roofing contractor is for your installation project. These are a few signs that your roofing contractor is ready to handle your installation. 1. They Are Properly Licensed and Insured When choosing a roofing contractor to help with installing your new roof, you should make sure that the roofer is properly licensed and insured. [Read More]