What Does It Mean If There’s Water Trapped On Your Flat Roof?

Water trapped on a flat roof can be very problematic because water is very heavy and can do structural damage. Knowing what to do to drain the water can help you maintain your flat roof throughout the year. What does it mean if there's water trapped on your flat roof? The presence of water indicates that the roof's drainage system is not working properly. In the spring, this may be because of a clog caused by dead leaves from the previous winter and fall. Read More 

Protect Your Investment: 3 Steps To Keep Your Metal Roof In Tiptop Shape

Metal roofs are the perfect choice if you want to avoid the constant need for maintenance. According to some reports, metal roofs are virtually maintenance-free and have a life expectancy of about 50 years. Having said that, there are still a few things you can do to help protect your roof and prevent premature aging. Here are three steps you can take that will help you get the most out of your metal roof. Read More 

Three Exterior Craftsman Style Elements You Should Not Sacrifice During A Remodel

When the time comes to remodel the exterior of your home, it's easy to get carried away and make fifteen different changes when all you really needed was some new siding or a coat of paint. If you have a Craftsman-style home, you need to be especially careful when planning an exterior remodel. You don't want to accidentally get rid of any of the design elements that are hallmark traits of the Craftsman style. Read More 

3 Steps To Remove Moss And Stains From A Shake Roof

If you have a shake roof, maintenance is something that you will need to do to ensure your roof lasts for many decades. Some of the maintenance may include common repairs, as well as cleaning the roof. With wood shakes, stains and moss growth can be a major contributor to wear of your roofing. Cleaning shakes is easy but needs to be done a little differently than what you would do with other materials. Read More 

Remove Mildew Streaks From Asphalt Shingles On Your Company’s Rooftop

Grey or green mildew streaks that are on the surface of some of the asphalt shingles on your company's rooftop can diminish the beauty of the building and give your business an unprofessional appearance. Learn how to remove these unsightly stains with the followings steps. Once the shingles are clean, protect them from additional staining.    Materials garden sprayer industrial-strength detergent water hose stiff-bristled scrub brush ladder bleach tarps measurements for rooftop zinc strip nails hammer Remove The Mildew Stains Read More