3 Tips To Stay Safe And Prevent Damaging Shingles When Doing Roof Maintenance

Sometimes, it is necessary to get on your roof for different maintenance tasks, such as cleaning the gutters, installing a new vent or doing repairs. When you have to get on your roof, asphalt shingles can be damaged by too much foot traffic and other causes. It can also be dangerous to get on your roof to do maintenance. Here are some tips that will help you stay safe and prevent damage to your shingles while doing roof maintenance: Read More 

3 Ways To Extend The Lifespan Of Your Roof

A roof, by and large, is built to last. But unless you ensure that the most vulnerable parts of your roof are protected, you may find yourself having to deal with costly problems much sooner than expected. If you would like to learn more about some common strategies to extend the lifespan of a roof, read on. This article will discuss three additional methods of preventing unwanted water damage. Kick-Out Flashing Read More 

3 Best Roofing Materials For A Backsplit Split-Level Home

A backsplit split-level home has a taller, two-story segment in front of a lower one-story segment. Each segment has its own roof with the taller segment typically having a hipped shape roof while the lower segment has a gabled style roof. The shape and alignment of these roofs can help you determine the best roofing material for your roofing repair or replacing project. Here are a few of the best roofing materials for a backsplit split-level home. Read More 

3 Synthetic Siding Solutions That Will Give You The Illusion Of Real Wood

If you are considering having new siding installed on your home, there are many options that you may be considering. You may want to have wood siding, but this can require a lot of maintenance. There are many alternatives, but often they hardly resemble real wood. But here are some synthetic siding materials that many people may think are real wood at first glance: 1. Cement Board Siding With Coloring And A Wood-Like Finish Read More 

A Comparison Of Shingle Siding With Vinyl Siding: How It Impacts Your Roofing Costs

Two types of siding--vinyl and shingles--are very different sorts of siding by comparison. Not only are they very different in appearance, but also in the way that they are installed. Here is a comparison of shingle siding and vinyl siding, and how it impacts your overall roofing costs.  Shingle Siding This type of siding involves numerous single shingles and each one has to be adhered to the shingle below it and to the house itself. Read More