Where to Look for Pest Damage to Your Roof and Attic

One of the ways pests get into your home is via the roof, and they can cause plenty of damage while doing so. It's important to know how to locate this damage so you can have it fixed, especially if this damage results in any leaks. Outside Roof An easy place to start your inspections is the outer roof. If you have a material like roof shingles, you may notice signs such as torn or missing shingles or areas with heavy granule loss more easily than if you have a material that's harder, like clay tile. Read More 

Reasons To Choose A Flat Roof Design

Installing the ideal roof on your building can improve its aesthetics and ensure weather protection all year round. However, the market offers different roofing types, such as slanted roofs. While these are excellent roofing options, consider installing a flat roof. Here are the pros of selecting flat roofing designs. Damage Resistance Generally, all roofs wear out with time due to exposure to weather elements. However, flat roofs are more durable as they aren't covered by shingles which are prone to breakage. Read More 

6 Signs The Wind May Have Damaged Your Roof

If you've been experiencing high winds in your area, you may be wondering if they have affected your roof. Ideally, you should deal with roof damage as quickly as possible. Failure to repair or replace your roof as needed can lead to extensive damage throughout the rest of your home.  Are you wondering if the wind has damaged your roof? Here are a few signs that it may have: 1. Broken branches Read More 

3 Things To Talk To A Siding Contractor About

Getting new siding on your house will make it look better, can protect your house better, and can even help insulate your house better, depending on what kind of siding you use. If you are going to get new siding, then you want to make sure that you spend some time talking to a siding contractor before you make a final decision as to what kind of siding you want.  Read More 

Can You Roof Over Your Commercial Building’s Existing Roof?

When you're dealing with a commercial roof that's showing signs of age, you may be wondering if you need to have the building's roof completely replaced or if you can simply have a new roof installed on top of the existing one. In order for your commercial roofing contractor to install the new roofing material on top of the existing roof, the existing roof must meet certain conditions. If you're trying to decide whether or not your commercial roof is a candidate, these are some of the things that you'll need to assess with your roofing contractor. Read More