inspecting your roofing yearly

Think You Have Hail Damage? What To Do After A Recent Hailstorm

If hail just rained down on your home, your first thought may be about the potential damage that it caused to the roof of your home. You'll want to head outside and perform a roof inspection as soon as possible so you can assess the damage and figure out if you need to make repairs. Here are a few things you should do when looking for damage. Inspect All Metal Read More 

3 Materials Worth Considering For Your Roof Replacement

When your roof is damaged beyond repair, it's important to have it replaced as soon as possible to prevent further damage to your home. What type of material should go in its place, though? There are many options, but these three, in particular, are highly recommended.  Asphalt  The go-to material option for many homeowners today is asphalt and for good reason. It's one of the most affordable material options and is easy to track down. Read More 

3 Ways To Be A Smart Clay Roofing Owner

A home with a clay tile roof is a great investment. Clay tile roofs, when properly taken care of, can last for around 50 years. With such a long-lasting life, you want to make sure that you take proper care of your clay tile roof. A little investment in maintenance each year will ensure that you enjoy a long life out of your clay roof. Get a Yearly Inspection At least once a year, you should pay a professional roofing company to come out and inspect your roof. Read More 

Why You Should Hire A Commercial Roofing Contractor

If you own your own commercial building that you use as an investment property or for your own company, then you know just how important it is to ensure that your building is in good shape. If you have noticed that your roof is starting to leak or the shingles are falling off, then you are probably in need of a new roof. And because the average roof lasts about 10-15 years on average, if you have had your roof for longer than that amount of time, then you probably need to have it replaced. Read More 

Composite Vs. Real Wood Shingles

Composite wood shingles offer a convenience and affordability that is hard to beat. Homeowners love the look of real wood products, but they might not love how much maintenance it requires to own a wooden roof. This is why composite materials are so desirable. Also, a composite product is usually going to be cheaper than a similar wooden product. This article explains why composite wood is a great choice for residential roofing. Read More