How To Ensure Your Roof Meets Safety Standards

Your roof protects your home from a lot of forces including rain and strong winds. This is why it's important for any roof to meet certain minimal safety requirements. If your roof doesn't meet the safety requirements that have been put in place, it can easily go from protector to hazard in an extreme weather event. However, knowing that there are safety standards is not the same as meeting these safety standards. Read More 

Three Ways To Save Money On Shingle Roof Repairs

Repairing or replacing a roof can get expensive, but there are a few different ways you can save money when you need to fix up your shingle roof.  Install A Second Layer If you don't have the money for a full replacement and you are in a situation where repairs are necessary now or in the near future, one option you may have is installing a second layer of shingles over the shingles that are already there. Read More 

3 Important Questions To Ask A Potential Roofing Contractor

Have you recently discovered previously-unseen damage on your roof? Are you wanting to hurry to get it fixed now before a new storm rolls in, or the damage becomes worse than it already is? When working on a tight deadline, especially one with an unknown end date, it's extremely easy to make mistakes and to get confused as to who you should be hiring or not. Because of this, it's important to take a moment to step back and to think about exactly what you need to ask in order to get the right person or company for the job. Read More 

Signs Of Water Damage On Your Roof? Get It Fixed Fast And Avoid A Splash

If you suspect that there is water leaking through your roof around your home, and you think it is happening gradually and that there could be a bad underlining water problem, it's time to get in touch with a professional roofing contractor. There are a lot of signs that you can look for around your property, to see if there are signs of water problems both inside and outside the home. Read More 

Get A Head Start Hanging Your Christmas Lights On Your Metal Roof

Hanging Christmas lights in the middle of winter is never much fun. No matter how warm the winter day is, it's typically too cold to make the task pleasant to complete. Here, you'll find out how to install lights on metal roofing to help you get ahead of the game this year and take much of cold-weather work out of the project. What you want to do is to install all of the clips that you'll need to hang your lights this year. Read More