6 Signs Your Roofing Contractor Is Fully Prepared To Handle Your Roof Installation Project

Posted on: 3 April 2020

If you are going to have a roof installed on your home sometime soon, you are probably hoping that your roofing contractor will be able to install everything properly. Of course, this depends on just how prepared the roofing contractor is for your installation project. These are a few signs that your roofing contractor is ready to handle your installation. 1. They Are Properly Licensed and Insured When choosing a roofing contractor to help with installing your new roof, you should make sure that the roofer is properly licensed and insured. [Read More]

Need Your Roof Replaced But Worried About COVID-19 Exposure? 4 Ways To Protect You And The Crew

Posted on: 1 April 2020

If you need to have new roofing material installed on a portion of your roof, don't wait until the current health crisis is over. If you wait too long, you may end up with more extensive damage. Many businesses have shut down due to COVID-19. As a result, you may think that roofing companies aren't open for business. That's not the case. Roofing companies fall under the category of essential workers. [Read More]

Five Causes Of Roof Rot

Posted on: 31 March 2020

Roofs aren't immune to rot. Most roof decking is made of plywood that is supported by wooden rafters, both materials that can rot when exposed to moisture. Even asphalt shingles can begin to break down and decay, especially if moisture gets beneath the shingles. The following are five likely causes of roof rot. By knowing what they are and how to spot them, you can prevent many rot issues before they can even begin. [Read More]

Animal Damage On Roofs

Posted on: 30 March 2020

It can be easy to forego regular inspections of your roof when it is still relatively new, but this can be a huge mistake. Certain pests don't care if your roof has plenty of life left in it; they may still cause damage and destroy it. Even in urban areas there are animals, like raccoons and birds, that will damage a roof. Walk around your house once a month and inspect the roof for the following signs of animal activity. [Read More]