Additional Services Roofing Contractors Provide

Most people are aware to call a residential roofing contractor if they notice shingles falling off their rooftop or if water is getting inside of their home. In addition to these well-known check and repair instances, roofing contractors offer some lesser-known services. Being aware of them is important so you know who to contact if you require repair work of your own. Consultations And Pre-Renovation Assessments Before you have a rooftop repaired or replaced, it is wise to contact a residential roofing contractor to conduct an assessment of the situation.   Read More...

Slate and Storm Damage: How to Protect Your Roof Until the Repair Service Arrives

Beautiful and historic slate roofs can provide a hardy defense from the elements, but even these durable tiles may be subject to weathering and damage. Ice dams and storm debris pose the greatest risk, and this may be exacerbated if there are any issues with the original installation. Whether you're dealing with normal tile wear, cracking, slipping, or the loss of one or more tiles, it's important to reaffirm your roof's integrity while you wait on a professional repair.   Read More...

5 Upgrades To Install With Your New Roof

It can be tempting to go with the lowest-cost options when replacing your roof, but making investments in a few smart upgrades can pay off over the years. The following are five ways to upgrade your new roof installation. 1. New Underlayment It's becoming more common to install new asphalt shingles over the old, using the old shingles as underlayment. Unfortunately, this can mean problems like water-damaged decking are overlooked, and these are problems that could potentially carry over to your new roof.   Read More...

Preparing Your Home For Winter: Should You Replace Your Roof?

Having your roof replaced in the middle of winter can be quite difficult if not impossible. This is because many roofing materials such as asphalt shingles are far more susceptible to cracking in cold weather and are therefore more difficult to install over the winter season. The presence of snow and ice can also make it unsafe for roofing contractors to access your home's roof in order to perform repairs or to install a new roof.   Read More...

Why It’s So Important to Keep Up With Repairs on Your Commercial Roof

As the owner of a business that is based inside a commercial building, it is very important to make sure that you are keeping up with the repairs that the roof will need over the years. Too many people make the mistake of assuming that a bad roof is something that they can hide or that it is not anything that customers or clients will notice. The thing is though, ignoring the problem is not going to make it go away.   Read More...