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A Traditional And Long-Lasting Roofing Choice

If you've admired the look of those Terracotta roofs on houses in your area, there is a good reason for their popularity. These roofs call to mind sunny climates and harbor Spanish or Mediterranean influences. They not only look lovely but also are far more hardy and long-lasting than other roofing materials. Read on to learn more about the many attributes you can expect when you go with a tile roof.   Read More...

3 Ways To Take Care Of Your Roof This Spring

Spring is a great time to take care of your roof. During the spring, you should schedule a roofing inspection. You should also clean up your roof and your gutters. Schedule a Roofing Inspection You should have your roof professionally inspected by a company like Landmark Roofing every year. A roof inspection is not just for when you want to replace your roof or when you have a leak that needs to be attended to.   Read More...

3 Faqs Regarding Thermoplastic Olefin Commercial Roofing

There are many types of roofing materials available for your commercial building. However, thermoplastic Olefin Roofing or (TPO roofing) is an excellent choice to consider because of the many benefits. If you are considering getting a new roof, check out these three frequently asked questions. What's Is TPO Roofing Material Made From? When you get a TPO roof, it's referred to as a TPO membrane, and it is made from rubber.   Read More...

Did Hail Just Rain Down On Your Roof? Know The Damage It Might Have Caused

As a homeowner, it can be frustrating to watch a hail storm leave small marks all over your roof without any way to stop it. However, know that there may be more than cosmetic damage caused by hail. There are other ways that hail can cause damage to a roof, and it may be a reason to get professional roof repair services.  The Granules May Be Missing Asphalt shingles are manufactured with small granules on the surface.   Read More...

Roofing Challenges You May Face During The Winter

The winter season can be harsh on your roof, especially if the roof is aging and weak. Here are some of the specific threats your roof may face during the winter season. Ice Damming An ice dam forms when water running off the roof re-freezes on the edges of the roof if the edges are colder than other parts of the roof. The ice then traps water behind it, and this water can penetrate the roof or backup under the roofing shingles and cause damage.   Read More...