A residential roof replacement is a major home improvement project so it only makes sense that homeowners would want to get the most out of this endeavor. The lifespan of a roof can vary from 15 to over a 100 years, depending on what material you chose for it. One way to maximize the value of your roof replacement is by making sure your brand-new roof lives up to its estimated service life, and maybe a year or two more.[Read more…]
No matter how well-built the roof of your home may be, it can still be vulnerable to extreme weather. Unpredictable conditions can easily damage your home, with the roof being the first likely to be damaged. A professional roofing contractor would recommend having your roof fixed right away to prevent any more damage, especially after surviving a fierce storm. If this happens to be the case, here’s what we recommend you do.
Home improvement projects, especially those that involve roofing, will take a considerable amount of time and money. That’s why you should always hire a local contractor for the job. In fact, you’ll find that working with someone from your area will prove more advantageous than a contractor out of state. Here’s why: [Read more…]
As a homeowner, you want nothing but the best performance out of every aspect of your home. However, issues may occasionally occur. If you have fluctuating temperatures inside your home or your attic, you may have improper residential roofing ventilation. But what is the importance of roof ventilation? [Read more…]
With the roof as one of the most durable structures in the house, it’s no surprise that many homeowners use it as a base to attach items and add-ons. While the roof is strong and can withstand pressure, an attachment may prove troublesome – especially if you need to drill holes into the shingles. But there are certain items that can be safely added to your roof.