5 Reasons To Choose Aluminum Shingles For Your Roof

When it comes to metal roofing, there are more choices than just metal panels. Consider aluminum shingles if you want the benefits of metal but the look of more traditional roofing. 1. Traditional Appearance One of the only drawbacks of metal roofing is that the panel style doesn't look great on every home. If you prefer the traditional look of shingle-style roofing but wish you had a metal roof, aluminum tiles provide the perfect alternative. Read More 

A Quick Overview Of The Home Siding Installation Process

If your home's siding looks old and won out, it's time to give your home a fresh new look. If your siding is many years old, there may be new options for you to consider for new siding. The first step is to have a siding contractor come to your home to give you an estimate for the work. They can help you compare different types of siding and their costs. Read More 

Important Reasons To Have Your New Roof Installed During The Warm Weather Months

Homeowners are often so busy with DIY home improvement projects during the warm weather months that they forget to schedule contractors for the work they cannot handle or will not have time to do themselves. A prime example is when the home needs a new roof but the need to get several DIY projects cause the homeowner to forget about calling a roofing contractor to get the roof re-shingled before cold weather arrives. Read More 

Ways Extreme Weather Conditions Damage Your Roof

Weather damage is one of the leading causes of roof damage for both residential and commercial properties. There are some basic damages most property owners expect to call their roofing contractors over. For example, you may expect a heavy storm to loosen shingles or take off part of your gutter system. Some of these damages can lead to roof replacement and residential roof installation. Here are some of the ways extreme weather conditions damage your roof. Read More 

Common Reasons Why A Commercial Roof Starts To Leak

Your building depends on your commercial roof. It protects your business from the elements, provides insulation, and adds to the aesthetic appeal of your property. However, leaks can occur on commercial roofs regardless of whether you maintain your roof regularly. It's essential to look for signs of commercial roof leaks and do something about them. A Lack of Maintenance  Regular maintenance is essential for the long-term health of your commercial roof. Read More