How To Stop Your Roof From Leaking

If you have water leaking into your home, you need to get that taken care of as quickly as possible. The collateral damage caused by a roof leak can be very expensive. In fact, actually repairing your roofing material and the deck to make it waterproof is often not that expensive. But, it is the repair of any electrical systems (like lighting) or structural things (like the eaves) inside your house that are expensive to repair. Read More 

Three Signs You Need Roof Repair Services

Your roof protects the rest of your home from water and weather damage year-round. The constant exposure can take a toll on your roofing materials and eventually open up pathways for water to leak into your home and heat to either seep into or out of your attic. In any case, severe roofing wear can cause all sorts of complications, from excessive repair bills to higher monthly utility charges, so you need to know how to identify roofing damage early, before it gets worse. Read More 

3 Signs Of Impending Roof Troubles No Homeowner Should Ignore

In between yearly roof inspections, there are still numerous signs that may become apparent if your roof needs to be fixed. As a matter of fact, the majority of these warnings are likely to show up inside of your home rather than outside. Here are the three primary issues that will become apparent shortly before a minor roofing repair issue requires homeowners to have large sections of their roofs fully replaced. Read More 

2 Things You May Need To Do Outside When Spring Moves In

With spring comes warm weather, which means you can spend more time outdoors. When you go outside after all the snow has cleared away, you may seem some things you need to change. Below are two things you should consider doing. Your Asphalt Roof If you have not changed your roof in some time, the winter weather likely took a toll on it. This is especially true if the roof had any kind of problems, such as loose shingles or missing shingles, before the snow arrived. Read More 

Three Ways To Go Green With Your New Roof

Before you bring in a contractor to replace your current asphalt shingle roof with new asphalt shingles, it might be a good idea to determine if you want to go green. There are several choices that can help you save energy and also help improve the environment. All three options discussed below can be installed on a current roof without having to replace the existing roof decking. The regular plywood decking (as long as it is in good shape) will be fine. Read More