Four Signs Your Roof Is Susceptible To Leaks

Whether you're shopping for a new house or building your own, knowing your roof's vulnerabilities can help you enact the best maintenance system for your roof and correctly estimate how much you'll need to budget for roof upkeep and repair. Different types of roofing materials have different lifespans, but there are some circumstances that can influence how leak-prone your roof is irrespective of the type of material used. Here are four signs that your roof could be at a higher risk for leaks and should be inspected frequently. Read More 

5 Steps You Can Take To Ensure Your Roof Doesn’t Develop A Leak This Winter

During the winter time, you want to be all cozy and warm inside your home. You don't want to be dealing with a leaky roof. It can be difficult and unsafe to work on your roof during the winter. Here are a few steps you can take before the winter to ensure your roof doesn't develop a leak, and a few steps you can take during the winter to continue to ensure that your roof stays in good shape. Read More 

3 Tips To Extend The Life Of Your Roof

Roofs are a pivotal part of any home. They play an important role in keeping the rain, snow and pests outside of your living environment. Because of this, you want to make sure you do your part to keep them in top shape at all times. Don't wait until something goes wrong with your roof to do something about it. Make sure it is ready to go and in top shape by following these simple tips on how you can extend the life of your roof today. Read More 

Got A Flat Roof? How To Keep It In Good Shape

A flat roof offers many benefits, and adds to the aesthetic appeal of your home. To keep that beautiful roof lasting a long time and looking great, there are some things you have to do on a regular basis. Four of these things are listed below. Check for Ponding After a heavy snow or rain, make sure there is no ponding on your flat roof. Ponding is when water pools in one area. Read More 

Never To Late For Slate Roofing

Metamorphic rock is forged by great heat and pressure deep within the earth's crust. While slate may have started life as unextrordinary shale, thanks to a good baking in the earth, slate has some pretty fantastic features. If you are looking for a good-looking, impervious roof, slate is a good choice. Go Green with Slate If you have a strong environmental conscience, then you will want to choose green, or earth friendly, roofing materials for your home. Read More