Beyond Shingle Replacement: Other Common Roof Repairs
10 August 2020
When you think of roof repairs, what comes to mind? Most people picture a roofer replacing damaged shingles or maybe applying some tar to torn shingles. Surely, this is one type of roof repair, but it is not the only type of repair that roofers make. Here are four other types of roof repairs that may be needed if you're having trouble with leaks and other damage.
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Think Your Siding May Be Sliding? 6 Questions You Need To Answer To Determine If Your Home's Exterior Is In Trouble
6 August 2020
Whether you've had your siding replaced in recent years and suspect improper installation or can't even remember when the siding was put up and it's just now showing possible indications of problems, it's too important to leave to chance. Your siding serves as a shield, safeguarding the structure from the elements, not to mention keeping the occupants comfortable and all their belongings intact.
If you're starting to worry that something's wrong with your home's siding, ask yourself the following questions:
3 Signs That Indicate Your Home Needs Prompt Roofing Repair
31 July 2020
Your asphalt roof will probably need repairs occasionally over its lifespan. By keeping up with these repairs, your roof can have a longer life, and this lets you put off the need for a roof replacement. If you're unsure if your roof needs to have work done, call a roofer to check the shingles, flashing, deck, and soffit to see if they're in good shape. Sometimes, it's easy to tell when your roof is in trouble.
Commercial Roof Replacement Guide To Go From Asphalt To Efficient Cool Roof Membranes
29 July 2020
As the asphalt roofing of your commercial property ages, it begins to develop problems with wear and leaks. Sometimes, locating and repairing these problems can be difficult. Therefore, a new roof needs to be installed, which can be an asphalt roof replacement or other commercial roofing materials. The following commercial roof replacement guide will help walk you through replacing asphalt and installing a cool roof membrane.
Tearing Up Old Asphalt Roofing—The first step in your commercial roof replacement is to tear up the old asphalt roofing.