If you want your roof replacement to be worth the investment, we recommend working with a contractor who’s local to the area and has a good reputation in the community. Not only are these pros fully licensed and insured, but they also respond much faster to roofing emergencies than with a national contractor. They even know more about the local permits and regulations!… Continue Reading
Whether you’re scheduling routine maintenance or planning a full roof replacement, any issue or problem spotted by your contractors must be addressed properly to prevent more damage and costly repairs later on in your roof’s lifespan. They’re aware of how each part works together to protect your home from the natural elements, including your soffit and fascia. But what are soffit and fascia, and what purpose do they serve on your roof?… Continue Reading
Protecting your home from damage is always recommended if you want it to keep your family safe and secure. Hail can especially cause significant damage unless you have the right type of roofing on your home.
Spring season is often known for its agreeable weather and temperatures as well as the trees and flowers being in full bloom. For these same reasons, most homeowners see spring as a good time of the year to do a few maintenance tasks on their roofing system. But how exactly can you care for your roofing system during this season?
When replacing your roof, it’s your responsibility as the homeowner to know everything you can about your roof, even if you are just installing a new asphalt roofing system. With that in mind, it’s best that you understand the six key components that make up an asphalt shingle roof.