Tips to Mitigate Common Roof Threats

Tips to Mitigate Common Roof Threats

Disasters, such as storms, can damage your roof and force you to replace your roof before its time. Fortunately, preemptive measures can help you avoid roof damage in the case of a disaster or due to normal wear and tear. Learn about some common threats to your roof...
4 Popular Roofing Materials: Pros and Cons

4 Popular Roofing Materials: Pros and Cons

Do you need a new roof? If so, this can be a big investment. For this reason, choose the perfect roof for your needs and wants. While many different roofing materials exist, asphalt, wood, metal, and slate are some of the most popular. Before you request a quote on...
Trees and Roof Damage: 5 Ways Trees Damage Your Roof

Trees and Roof Damage: 5 Ways Trees Damage Your Roof

Trees around your home add beauty and increase your property’s value. And well-positioned trees can cool your home and lower utility bills in summer. However, trees hanging over the roof can lead to tree damage, which can require extensive and expensive repairs...
Roof Leak Versus Condensation: The Diagnosis

Roof Leak Versus Condensation: The Diagnosis

Roof condensation and leakage might share some symptoms, but they are fundamentally different. A leak is far more dangerous to your roof’s integrity than condensation. You need a proper diagnosis whenever you suspect one or the other. Below are some tips to help...
4 Roof Issues to Check After a Snow Storm

4 Roof Issues to Check After a Snow Storm

Frozen precipitation can wreak many kinds of havoc on homes, including roof damage. Heavy piles of ice and/or snow can overburden your roof’s weight capacity, cause key components to leak, and leave your roof with damaged gutters or shingles. Without a strong,...
3 Types Of Roofing Underlayment Materials

3 Types Of Roofing Underlayment Materials

One of the many important layers that make up your residential roofing system is the underlayment. Roofing underlayment is installed on top of your roof decking. It acts as a barrier material that provides a secondary layer of protection against leaks. The quality of...
Heat Your Outdoor Living Space With a Fire Pit

Heat Your Outdoor Living Space With a Fire Pit

Now that winter is arriving, you should add a heat source to your outdoor living area, so you and your family can enjoy spending more time outdoors all winter long. While there are many ways to heat an outdoor living space, fire pits are one of the most popular...
3 Reasons to Consider a Composite Shingle Roof

3 Reasons to Consider a Composite Shingle Roof

If you plan to install a new roof on your home soon, then you should learn about all of your roof material options. One option relatively new to the market compared to other roof materials is the composite shingle. Unlike asphalt shingles of fiberglass or cellulose...
5 Things Needed for Comfortable Outdoor Living

5 Things Needed for Comfortable Outdoor Living

Outdoor living spaces makes entertaining easier and more comfortable. The addition of an outdoor kitchen and conversation area can make a small home feel much larger. Having certain features in the space also makes it convenient and appealing. Discover five features...