Things To Know About A Damaged Flat Roof

Did you buy a house that has a flat roof and discovered that it has a few problems that need attention? You might be able to get the problems repaired if they are not severe to the extent that a new roof is needed. A flat roof actually requires more maintenance than the other types, as it makes it easier for rainwater to accumulate and create ponding problems. You can actually climb to the top of your flat roof using a ladder, and perform occasional inspections without a big fear of sliding off ass with  the sloped types. [Read More]

What To Expect When Replacing Your Home's Roof

Most roofs last a few decades before they need to be replaced, so most homeowners are not familiar with the process of getting a new roof. Replacing your roof may seem very intimidating, but while it can be a big project, the actual process is pretty simple and straightforward. Understanding the steps that are taken during a roof replacement can help make the project much less stressful. If you know that you will need to replace your home's roof in the near future, continue reading to learn more about what to expect: [Read More]

3 Perfect Commercial Roof Materials

Commercial buildings owners are often more concerned with functionality and insulation when it comes to roofing. That is, these issues usually take precedence over keeping up with current styles and trends. While the reverse might be the case for roofing on residential properties, commercial owners value practicality and durability more than anything else. So, what roofing products are the best for commercial buildings? This article discusses three of the best low-maintenance and long-lasting commercial roofing materials. [Read More]

What To Do In The Moments Following A Strong Storm

Strong storms cause severe damage in a short amount of time. If your home has been hit by a strong storm, you're probably trying to figure out where to start. What do you need to do when your roofing is damaged by a storm? Here, you'll find out just that. Wait it Out Don't try going out into the storm to see how well your home is holding up. Always wait for the storm to pass before going out and looking for damage. [Read More]