What Kind Of Roof Is Right For Your American Colonial Home?

American Colonial Homes are known for their high-peaked roofs, dormers, and use of natural materials like stone and brick. If you own a home built in this style, it would be a shame to cap it off with a plain, black, asphalt shingle roof. Here's a look at three types of more traditional-looking roofing that would be a better match for its architecture. Cedar Shingles If your American Colonial home has more of a rustic appearance and is in a country setting, you may want to consider cedar shingles. Read More 

2 Tips For Maintaining Your Roof

Keeping your roof in good shape requires regular maintenance and attention, which is something that many homeowners seem to overlook. This can be a major problem as a lack of maintenance when it comes to your roof can not only lead to a number of problems with your roof itself but it can also affect the rest of your home as well. Listed below are two tips that can help you keep your roof in the best possible shape. Read More 

How To Reshingle A Shed Roof

If you have an asphalt shingled shed roof, you soon learn the shingles are prone to damage. It is possible to replace the shingles, and not have to replace the whole roof. However, the shingles need replacing as soon as possible to keep the wood decking from getting damaged. You should be able to replace the shingles yourself, since shed roofs usually aren't as high as a house roof. Here are tips to replace shed roof shingles. Read More 

3 Tips For Temporarily Replacing Missing Shingles On Your Roof After A Storm

After walking outside after a storm, you may have noticed several shingles from your roof lying on the ground. If so, this means that parts of the underlying plywood are exposed, which could lead to rapid deterioration and eventual leakage. If you would like to try to replace the missing shingles yourself, use the three tips below. Find Suitable Replacement Shingles Before you get up on the roof, pick up any shingles you find on the ground. Read More 

2 Ways To Check For Roof Damage After A Tornado

If you have just had a tornado go past your house, you know that it can be a pretty terrifying thing to happen. Once it has gone past and all the adrenaline has had a chance to drain out of your system, it's time to regroup and assess the damage. Your roof takes a lot of battering from a tornado, so it may be one of the things that you focus the most time and attention on. Read More