Rain or Shine: Protecting Your Home During Every Season

Four Signs Of Roof Thermal Shock

Thermal shock is the expansion and contraction of roofing materials due to temperature fluctuations. It affects all kinds of roofs, although to different degrees. Roof thermal shock is one of the reasons your roof will age and need to be replaced one day, even if you maintain it well. You know your roof is experiencing thermal shock-related damage if it is exhibiting: Cracking of Shingles The asphalt mix, the main material used in the manufacture of asphalt shingles, is both stiff and water permeable. Read More 

Reasons Your Business Should Consider Contacting A Commercial Roofing Services Company

Do you own a commercial property or business? Are you trying to decide whether or not you need to hire a commercial roof repair company? Here are some reasons that you should hire a commercial roofing company before problems occur:   Clear debris: Leaves, branches, or rocks that accumulate on your roof could clog up your roof drainage system. This could cause your gutters and downspouts to overflow onto an unprotected area of the grounds surrounding your facility, instead of draining in a controlled manner. Read More 

Replacing A Cracked Roof Tile In 3 Easy Steps

A cracked roof tile will not only impact the way your roof looks, but it can also result in a significantly higher risk that your home will develop a leak. Thankfully, repairing this damage can be much easier than you think. In fact, with the easy to follow instructions below, you will be able to repair this damage in just 3 steps without the need to hire a professional roofing contractor. Read More 

Three Materials That Give Roofs A Natural Look

If you need to have a roof installed on your home, you have many choices, including synthetic and composite materials. These can be great options for your home, but there are also natural materials that can be just as good of a solution for a new roof. These can be things like slate, shakes and clay tiles, which are natural, long lasting and green roofing solutions. If you want to have a roof with quality natural materials, here are some of the choices you have for your new roof: Read More 

Being Joe Cool: How To Save Money With A Reflective Roof Coating

How do you know if your roof is saving you money in energy costs or if it's time to repair or re-roof in order to get the most energy efficient roof possible? Most homeowners rely on their roofing contractor -- and what costs the least to install. But educating yourself about how roofs can be made cooler and what that means for your heating and cooling bills can help you be a savvy shopper and an earth-friendly homeowner. Read More