Understanding The Most Common Form Of Roofing Damage

There are many ways your roof can suffer damage, although most occur during adverse weather events. In many cases, rains, snow, storms, and constant UV damage will wear your roof down, eventually causing enough problems to force a complete replacement. However, severe weather commonly causes more localized damage to your roof, resulting in just one or two affected shingles. In these cases, it typically makes more sense to repair your roof than replace it, but it's important to understand how this damage occurs and why it's important to address it right away. Read More 

Things That Affect How Much Your Roof Replacement Will Cost And How Long It Will Take

Every roof replacement job is different, so you may not know exactly what will happen until the roofer tears your old roof off and has a good look at the deck. However, you should have a general idea of what to expect when it comes to the cost and the time needed for completion. Your roofer covers these topics when giving you a quote for the job. Here's a look at some things that can affect the cost and length of time it takes to put a new roof on your home. Read More 

What Factors Affect The Price Of A Commercial Roof Replacement?

If your commercial roof is at or near the end of its life, it is time to start thinking about commercial roof replacement. Many building owners ask how much it costs to replace their roofs. Unfortunately, there is not a one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as there are many factors that can affect the price to replace a commercial roof, including the size of the roof and the materials used. Here are a few of the other factors that can also affect the price. Read More 

Why Hire A Commercial Built-Up Roofing Contractor For Your Upcoming Roofing Project

Your business is an investment, and it is important to protect it like any other asset. One way to protect a building is to ensure that the roof is in good condition. That's why you should have a designated roofing contractor you can reach out to for routine maintenance and restoration. But most importantly, you should plan for a roofing upgrade well in advance and undertake a complete overhaul before your old roof starts to show aggressive signs of aging. Read More 

Signs Your Slate Roof Maintenance Is Overdue

Once you buy and install your slate roof, you expect it to last several decades, depending on your installation. After all, slate is known for its durability, which offers value for your money. While this roofing material is ideal for most homes, it requires effective maintenance to last longer. That said, many homeowners don't know the key signs that their slate roof is due for service. Here are some common signs you need to look out for. Read More