How To Repair A Metal Roof

Regardless of whether or not you have a metal roof for your home or business, eventually, there will be parts of it that need to be repaired or even replaced altogether. Even though metal roofs are known for their durability and longevity, they still require a regular bit of ongoing maintenance and repair to ensure they stay in top shape. Metal roofs though, have several issues that are unique to this specific type of roofing material. Read More 

How Can Solar Panels Save Me Money?

While solar panels used to be a niche product a few decades ago, they've moved steadily into the mainstream. The reason for this is twofold. First, newer technologies have allowed for solar panel installations that can blend seamlessly and with existing homes, and even resemble traditional asphalt and slate roofs. The second reason is the cost. There's no doubt that one of the main reasons people opt for solar panel installation on the roof is because of the enormous cost savings that come along with it, but how exactly do solar panels save you money? Read More 

Understanding The Basics Of Metal Roofing

Whether you're living in a home that has a metal roof already or you're considering installing one, chances are good that you've probably heard a lot of the different misconceptions out there about these roofs. Unfortunately, these misconceptions often lead people to bypass a metal roofing installation. The good news is that, when you learn the facts, you can see that metal roofing is a valuable, worthwhile investment for your home. Read More 

3 Things To Discuss With Your Roofing Contractor

There are a lot of things to keep in mind if you require a new roof. Your new roof will be around for at least a couple of decades, if not longer, so you will want to make sure that you are happy with your new roof's appearance and function. This is why finding the right residential roofing contractor is vital. If you are on the hunt for residential roofing services, there are many things to consider when choosing a contractor. Read More 

Roof Repairs After Winter Storms Cause Damage To Your Home

As the weather gets colder, you are probably thinking less about storm damage and leaks on your roof. Even though the threat of rain is lessened, winter storms can also cause damage to your roof that may need to be repaired too. Some of the winter damage is caused by heavy loads, ice, and winds. The following roof problems could affect your home after a winter storm: Structural damage due to snow loads—One of the biggest problems during winter storms is snow loads, which can cause serious structural damage. Read More