5 Times When You Might Need to Have Roof Repair Done on Your Home

Posted on: 8 July 2020

If you own your own home, there is a good chance that you will have to have different types of work done to it from time to time. For example, you might need to have roof repairs done at one point or another. There are various times when roof repair is often needed; these are a few examples of those times. 1. You've Just Purchased a Home First of all, if you have recently purchased a home, you might want to have the roof looked at. [Read More]

2 Tips For Inspecting Your Roof For Damage After A Severe Thunderstorm

Posted on: 2 July 2020

If your area recently had a severe thunderstorm roll through, you may be concerned about the condition of your roof. This is especially true if the storm brought with it strong winds and/or heavy hail. As soon as possible after the storm has fully passed, use the tips below to conduct a precursory inspection of your roof to check for any obvious signs of damage. 1.  Start Your Inspection on the Inside of Your House [Read More]

How To Keep Mold From Growing On Your Commercial Roof

Posted on: 29 June 2020

When compared to a standard sloped roof, flat roofs tend to have an assortment of challenges. One problem that flat commercial roofs tend to encounter is the growth of mold. Mold can get out of control relatively quickly and moisture damage tends to accompany the mold, leading to the need for considerable repairs. Therefore, if you have a commercial property with a flat roof, it is imperative that you prevent mold from growing on your roof in the first place, which will help ensure your roof lasts as long as possible. [Read More]

Five Signs That Your Shingles Are At The End Of Their Life

Posted on: 23 June 2020

Asphalt shingles can serve dependably on your roof for a couple of decades, but eventually you will need to consider the need for a roof replacement. Know the signs of a failing roof so you can plan to have it replaced before the roof springs a leak. 1. Granule Loss Asphalt shingles are covered in gravel, which gives them their signature look as well as providing protection against UV light and weathering. [Read More]