Are You Creating A Roof Repair Budget? 3 Factors To Consider

Posted on: 26 September 2022

Nothing beats the excitement of finally calling yourself a homeowner. But now that you have a beautiful and comfortable home for your family, you must maintain it to enjoy maximum comfort. One part of your home that needs maintenance and repair is your roof. Otherwise, a damaged roof can cause various issues—from poor insulation to water leaks. Therefore, you must stay on top of your roof repairs to avoid serious consequences. [Read More]

Reasons To Install Solar Roof Shingles The Next Time You Renovate Your Home

Posted on: 16 September 2022

As the energy cost continues to rise and the climate crisis worsens, more people are considering switching to renewable energy sources like solar to improve their energy efficiency. One innovative solar technology is solar roof shingles, which are fire- and impact-resistant. It means they can withstand impact from different types of debris. Solar roof shingles also offer the following benefits. They Save You Money One of the most significant expenses homeowners incur is their energy bills. [Read More]

What Active Ventilation Can You Add To Your Residential Roof Replacement?

Posted on: 7 September 2022

Are you looking to improve your home's ventilation when doing residential roof replacement? There are two main types of ventilation: passive and active. Passive vents rely on natural convection to move air, while active vents use fans to force air movement. This blog gives you a brief overview of different types of active ventilation so that you can make an informed decision about which is best for your home. 1. Ridge Vents  [Read More]

Why You Need To Protect Your Roof From Strong Winds

Posted on: 31 August 2022

Strong winds can be very damaging to a roof and can occasionally rip shingles off of a roof. When it is raining and windy, the rain can saturate your roof and rain can penetrate areas of your roof that aren't resistant to water infiltration. But even on days that aren't rainy, strong winds can be highly damaging.   Why Strong Winds Damage Roofs  Part of the reason why wind is so damaging is that it doesn't travel on a consistent path. [Read More]