How To Repair Fascia On Flat Roofs

One of the most defining features of a flat roof line is the fascia. No matter how new your roof material is, it will not look brand new if the fascia boards are faded or dull. Painting your fascia boards the same color as the trim and frames around your home is a great way to give your exterior a greater sense of style. This article will explain how to repair and paint wooden fascia boards to give your roof a little facelift. Read More 

Four Tips To Help You Deal With Fungus And Stains On Roofing In Wet Climates

If you live in an area that gets high amounts of rainfall, fungus and stains on your roofing can be a problem. It can eventually cause shingles to degrade and need to be replaced. This problem can be fixed by using a few tricks and doing simple maintenance to your roof. Here are some things that you can do to combat problems with fungus and stains on your roof: 1. Lightly Cleaning The Roof With Mild Bleach Solution Read More 

What You Need To Know About Tile Roofs

When it's time to re-roof your home, you are faced with many choices in materials to do the job. You may be considering asphalt or wood shingles, metal panels, slate or tile. Having many options is great, but it also can be confusing. If you live in a warm climate you may have admired homes with tile roofs. Tile is an attractive and long-lasting roofing material and it's distinctive look adds a high-end touch to your home. Read More 

Repairing A Bubbled Shingle Roof

When asphalt shingles absorb water, they tend to expand. This, in addition to the expansion and contraction that happens due to temperature fluctuations, tends to cause bubbles and blisters on asphalt shingles. This is something that, with time, happens to all asphalt roofs. Roof bubbles and blisters usually destroy the aesthetic value of a shingle roof. But that is not all the damage they cause. These bubbles represent areas of weakness on a roof which—when not repaired on time—usually result in roof leaks. Read More 

Looking For Hidden Roof Damage After Severe Weather

If your home has been through severe weather, you might have seen some very obvious signs of damage. And if your roof looked normal, you might have breathed a sigh of relief that you wouldn't have to call a contractor. But after severe weather, there are a few things that you should be sure to check about your roof to make sure there isn't any hidden or hard-to-spot damage. The best inspection is one that's done from a ladder, where you can look closely at the surface of your roof. Read More