Common Parts Of A Residential Roof

When you are having a roof installed on your home, even if you are not doing it yourself, it's important to know what are the components of a typical residential roof. This will allow you to have a productive conversation with your roofer and decide the type of roof you want to have. Understanding the different components of a roof also helps you understand when something goes wrong. Roofing Products Read More 

The Top Issues To Watch Out For As Your Roof Ages

Shingle roofs last about 30 years, on average. As your roof ages, the need for repairs becomes more likely. If you catch a problem early, you will often be able to have it repaired in order to prevent further damage. However, this means that you need to be on the lookout for roof problems. Here are the main problems that tend to creep in once your roof starts to age. Read More 

How To Identify Issues On Spanish Tile

A Spanish tile roof is durable and long-lasting, requiring only minimal maintenance. Even though the tiles are strong, they aren't immune to problems. It's important to know some of the common issues that may require a repair. Discoloration Stains can be quite unsightly on Spanish tile, but they won't cause any damage to the roof. Common causes of discoloration are moss, algae, and efflorescence. Moss and algae can be removed with the proper cleaners, and then a roofer can install zinc strip beneath the ridge cap to minimize the chances of future growth and stain. Read More 

Having A Roof Replaced During The COVID-19 Pandemic: 4 Tips

You need a new roof. Unfortunately, there is a dangerous virus going around, and you're not certain what's open, what's closed, and what risks are involved with roof replacement. This is an unprecedented time, so your uncertainty is totally understandable. Here are some tips for having your roof replaced — potentially — during the COVID-19 outbreak. 1. Determine how urgent the situation really is. Your roof may appear to be in worse shape than it really is. Read More 

The Best Residential Roof Options

When it comes to home style and feel, the roof is one of the most important aspects of the exterior. The color and texture of the material you install will largely inform your home's overall style. For example, Spanish tiles are the most defining factor of a Spanish style home. So, if you are in the market for a new roof material, you need to think about how the new material you choose to install will affect the overall style of your home. Read More