Everything You Need To Know About Roofs And Roofing

Three Tips For Storm Damage Cleanup And Restoration

To be certain that you are getting the most out of your roof care you'll need to learn how to respond to emergencies. If you happen to deal with a storm that creates damage to your home, this is an emergency that requires all hands on deck and the execution of the right information. With this in mind, read below to learn more about how you can bounce back from storm damage and plan for it accordingly.   Read More...

Three Steps To Consider When You Need A New Roof

If you are in the market for a roof replacement, you'll need to think about some of the most important tenets of roof ownership. Understanding when you need a new roof will allow you to follow the steps to keep your roof in quality condition. When you follow the tips in this article, you'll be in a great position to find the help of a roofing contractor that can assist you in diagnosing and handling a roof replacement.   Read More...

The Pros And Cons Of Metal Roofing

Are you thinking of re-roofing your roof or building a new structure that requires a roof? You will be faced with the decision of choosing which type of material you want to use. It is not a light decision – the roof is one of the most important parts of the house. It is there to protect you from the elements, keep in the heat in the winter and the cold in the summer, and can even be energy efficient depending on the type.   Read More...

High Winds And Roofing: 3 Tips To Help Deal With Repairs After Storm Damage

In North America, most homes have asphalt shingle roofing, which are vulnerable to damage in high winds. With asphalt shingles, even a summer thunder storm can cause damage to roofing, which is why you want to prepare for any emergency repairs that you may need to have done for your home. Here are a few tips that will help you prepare for some of the roof damage after storms cause damage to your home:   Read More...

6 FAQs About Thermoplastic Olefin Roofing

If your business has a flat roof, one roofing option you must consider is thermoplastic olefin roofing material or TPO. This rubberlike material is great for flat roofs, but if you aren't sure yet, check out these six frequently asked questions. What Are They Made From? In short, TPO roofs are made from ethylene propylene rubber. Basically, this means that rubber, ethylene and propylene are mixed together to create the roofing material.   Read More...