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 

An Intro To French Style Roofs

If installing a new roof material is your next major home investment, you are on the right path. Roof replacement is a wise home remodel that has so many benefits to the homeowner. Obviously, there are so many different roofing materials and styles to choose from that you have to do a lot of research. You need to consider what will make your home look great, but also what might improve the efficiency of your home. Read More 

3 Dangers Associated With A Roofing Leak

Roofing leaks are obviously destructive, as water that is allowed to seep into the interior of your house freely can wreak all sorts of havoc depending on what materials that it comes into contact with. Understanding what some of the most common dangers associated with roofing leaks can help you know what to watch out for if you do experience a roofing leak, and encourage you to take steps to proactively prevent leaks from happening in the future through regular roofing maintenance. Read More 

Is Overlaying Shingles An Option For Your Reroofing Project?

When the roofing on your home fails, the damage extends well beyond the roof itself. If you're considering having your home reroofed, you may be considering having a roofing overlay installed. Opting to overlay the existing roofing consists of just that—instead of all of the old roofing materials being ripped off and disposed of, the new roofing materials are placed directly over them. This could be a money-saving option in some cases, but it's not suitable for others. Read More