3 Eco-Friendly Roofing Options For Your Home

More and more homeowners are looking for ways to reduce their carbon footprint and make their homes more environmentally friendly. If you are among these eco-conscious homeowners, you should know that your choice of roofing materials can make a big impact on the environment. Thankfully, the residential roofing market now offers more eco-friendly options than ever before. You can learn more about three of these eco-friendly options below. Option #1: Solar Roofing  Read More 

2 Things You Should Do Immediately After Your Roof Is Damaged During A Severe Storm

While a storm passes through your area, you may have discovered water leaks in your home indicating that the roof has been damaged. Because the roof takes the brunt of the abuse to your home by the high winds, hail, and heavy rainfall from severe weather, when it gets damaged, it robs your home of its first line of defense against water leaks. As soon as the storm passes, you may be wondering what you need to do next if your roof was damaged. Read More 

5 Steps To Prepare For A Professional Commercial Property Roof Installation

As a commercial property owner, you understand the importance of keeping your building in top condition. A professional roof installation can help maintain the longevity and integrity of your property. It's essential to take precautions and plan ahead before beginning any roofing project. The following five steps will ensure that you are prepared for a successful commercial property roof installation. Check Local Regulations Before starting any roofing project, you need to make sure that your local regulations permit it. Read More 

Residential Roofing Installation And Solar Panels

If you are talking with a solar company about getting solar panels to power your home, you should also contact a roofing contractor to come and inspect your roof. While your roof may seem to be in fair or good condition now, things will change over time and the roofing specialist can look things over and give you an estimate of how long it is going to last. In addition, they can let you know if your roof will be able to hold the added weight of the solar panels. Read More 

2 Types Of Damage Wintry Weather Can Inflict On Your Home’s Shingled Roof

When winter arrives, the snow and ice are nuisances that can cause damage to your property. Not only do you have to deal with broken tree limbs and rock salt eating your pavement, but you also have to worry about what happens to your home's shingled roof during a snowstorm.  Since the accumulation of wintry precipitation on the roof is inevitable, you need to be on the lookout for damage that it can cause. Read More