Rain or Shine: Protecting Your Home During Every Season

The Advantage Of Having A Metal Roof Installed On Your Home

In recent years, metal roofing has been seen more commonly on homes all over the world. Not only does a metal roof give a home a more stylish appearance, but it also has many other benefits as well. Whether you are building a new home and having the roof newly installed or having the roof replaced on a pre-existing home, you may want to consider choosing a metal roof. These are some of the advantages that make metal roofing ideal for any home. Read More 

How To Prevent Ice Dams On Slate Roofs

Ice dams are a major problem for roofs in cold climates, and slate roofs aren't immune to the issue. These dams form when snow or water collects on the roof. Heat escaping from inside the home melts the snow or ice so it makes its way beneath the slate shingles. It then refreezes and can lift up the slate or cause a shingle to break. It may also result in a leak indoors when the ice dam begins to melt. Read More 

Why Roof Restoration Isn’t Such A Bad Idea

If your roof is damaged, then you may have the option of restoring or replacing it. Replacement is a good idea, but it isn't always the only option open to homeowners. Many people think that it's all about saving money because replacement can be costly, but this isn't the only benefit of roof restoration. Depending on the overall status of your roof and the nature of the damage, restoration can give you a host of other benefits such as: Read More 

4 Common Misconceptions About Hail Damage And Roofs

Hail storms can leave your home with significant damage, especially the roof. The roof damage could be minimal or heavy enough to require a complete re-roofing. There are many myths surrounding hail damage and roofs.  There Is No Visible Damage Some people mistakenly believe that because there is no visible damage to a roof following a hail storm, that the roof is fine. Unfortunately, this is not necessarily true.  Following a hail storm, it is important that the roof is physically inspected by a professional. Read More 

Three Options For Roofing On Flat Contemporary Home Additions

The roof on your home may have a slope and asphalt shingles and an addition can be more contemporary with a flat roof.  While it may be OK to use asphalt shingles on a slope roof, flat roofs need to have a durable material that is wind resistant. This can be something like roofing membranes, metal or polycarbonate roofing materials.  These flat roofing materials will be more durable and wind resistant than conventional roofing shingles. Read More