Interventions To Help Extend The Life Of Your Roof

Posted on: 21 February 2023

Roof maintenance is important because it helps keep your roof in the best possible condition and extend the life of your roof. While there are some things homeowners can do themselves to help keep their roofs in good condition, it may be safer to rely on the professional services of a roofing system maintenance professional. Here are some things that will help keep your roof in tip-top shape. Cleaning Gutters And Asphalt Shingles [Read More]

Where And When Do Green/Living Roofs Work Well?

Posted on: 13 February 2023

Green roofs are becoming more common as homeowners seek more eco-friendly alternatives to typical roofing materials. These roofs, which are also called living roofs, consist of large, flat panels of soil with plants rooted in them. Green roofs release oxygen into the atmosphere. They also help absorb pollutants, and they are known for their insulating capabilities. However, green roofs are not the best option for every single home. Here are some key situations in which they work well. [Read More]

Tile Roofs Deserve More Attention In Snowy Areas

Posted on: 6 February 2023

Tile roofs are pretty common in coastal and waterfront areas. They do a great job of protecting these homes from the high winds, fierce storms, and salty air. You don't typically see as many tile roofs in snowy areas. But that should change! Tile roofs have a number of benefits for homes in snowy, cold climates. Take a look: Tile roofs aren't easily damaged by ice. In many cases, ice is more of a threat to roofs than snow. [Read More]

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]