Issues Common With Modified Bitumen Roofing Systems

Posted on: 3 August 2022

Before settling on a roofing system for your commercial property, you need to sit down and narrow down the options available, then consider the associated challenges. This way, you can make a more informed decision and engage a professional on ways to mitigate the said roofing issues. For example, you might encounter issues common with the modified bitumen (MB) roofing option. But first, you may want to know what they are. [Read More]

Identifying The Signs Of Roof Damage

Posted on: 28 July 2022

Being able to identify roofing problems puts you a few steps ahead. In other words, you never have to deal with costly roofing issues again since you will be in a position to take immediate action. Given your roof's conditions, it is easy to see why it experiences problems here and there. Look at the potential signs of roof damage and get in touch with a roofer whenever you see them. [Read More]

Taking Climate into Consideration When Choosing Roofing Materials

Posted on: 20 July 2022

If your current roof is deteriorating quickly, the problem might be that the materials that the roof is made out of are simply not designed for the climate in which you reside. Different climates require different roofing materials to create a solid, long-lasting roof. Here are a few ways that different climates can affect roofs: Cold Climates Waterproof roofs are important in any environment where there is precipitation. However, waterproofing is even more in a cold and wet climate where there is a lot of snow. [Read More]

Roof Granules — What Are They And Why Are They There?

Posted on: 15 July 2022

Have you noticed small pellet-like granules coming off your roof shingles? If so, you've found the smallest — but very important — tool for protecting your home and roof. What are shingle granules? Why do they exist? And how can they help you as a homeowner? Here's a brief guide to the humble roofing granule.  What Are Roof Granules?   When asphalt shingles are nearly complete in the manufacturing process, a small layer of surface debris is added. [Read More]