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]

3 Best Winter Maintenance Tips For Your Commercial Roof

Posted on: 5 January 2023

If you own or manage a commercial building, you should think carefully about roof inspections. As such, get a trusted commercial roofing service company for regular roof maintenance. Note that while such an exercise might seem too costly, it saves you more money in the long term. This is because you spend less on repairs and enjoy the roof for more years when you follow a maintenance routine. Further, prepare for the winter by following these roof maintenance practices. [Read More]

5 Reasons You Need New Roof Installation After A Hailstorm

Posted on: 27 December 2022

Hailstorms can have a devastating impact on your roof. High-velocity winds and sharp chunks of ice can cause severe damage to shingles, leaving your home vulnerable to leaks and other problems. If you have recently been affected by a hailstorm, it is important to take steps towards repairs as quickly as possible — even if the damage does not appear to be significant. Here are five reasons why a new roof installation after a hailstorm may be necessary for your home: [Read More]