A Few Steps Involved in Solar Panel Installation

If your roof is in the sun all day, it might be a good candidate for solar panel installation so you can run your home on solar power. While putting in solar panels will be an initial expense, it is nice to rely on the sun to power your home so you can reduce your monthly utility bills. Here are some of the steps involved with installing solar panels on your roof. Read More 

Roofs And Fires: What You Need Know

A fire on your roof is a threat to completely destroy your home, so naturally, you want to take every precaution to prevent a blaze enveloping your roofing materials. Homeowners who live in areas that are prone to wildfires have an obvious reason to be concerned about roof fires, but this potentially catastrophic event can happen to any homeowner at any time. The following article takes a close at what homeowners can do to prevent roof fires. Read More 

3 Benefits of Clay Shingles

Shingles made out of clay are a common roofing material that are a popular alternative to traditional asphalt shingles. Installing a clay shingle roof on your home provides your home with a set of distinct benefits, due to clay's unique material qualities. Being aware of some of the most important things that clay shingles have to offer can help you figure out if installing a clay shingle roof on your home is in line with your needs. Read More 

3 Reasons To Invest In Composite Wood Shingles

If you're in the market for a new roof, you might have to do a fair amount of research. Roofing materials have advanced significantly in recent years, so there is a good chance that the technologies have changed quite a lot since your existing roof material was installed. Even classic materials like wood have become more advanced in many ways because they have superior tempering techniques, better finishes, and longer lifespans. Read More 

How To Prevent Moss From Growing On Your Roof

One common problem that business owners run into when they live in a humid part of the country is moss that grows under the shingles. Even though moss is really pretty to look at, it can be extremely detrimental to roofing. Why? When moss grows under your shingles, it can cause a host of problems including seeping underneath them and making them lift up. Additionally, moss also contains a lot of water in it, which can be really damaging to your roof as well. Read More