identifying roofing problems

A Guide To TPO Roofing

Flat roofs and roofs with a relatively low slope have always needed something extra to improve their imperviousness to moisture. Because of the low gradient, water from rainstorm may not drain quickly enough from the roof. This can lead to a weakening of the roof in the long run. To counter this problem, roofing membranes are usually added to serve as a barrier between the roof and the elements. There are different types of roofing membranes that you can use, but one that has been getting a lot of attention in recent times is TPO.   Read More...

3 Things To Know About Siding

If your exterior is in desperate need of a makeover, then you should consider having it professionally fitted with siding. Siding won't just make your house look nice, but it is really durable as well. But before you pick just any old siding that fits within your budget, this article will take a closer look at three specific things for you to know about siding. Are you ready to read on to learn some more?   Read More...

Should You Fix Or Replace A Damaged Modified Bitumen Commercial Roof?

If the modified bitumen roof on your commercial building has seen better days and you are trying to decide if you want to fix or replace it, then you have a big decision to make. While a brand-new roof will eliminate the need for so many repairs, they are not inexpensive to install. The normal lifespan of a modified bitumen roof in a mild climate is about two decades. A roof will last longer if you proactively maintain it than if you don't.   Read More...

The Benefits Of A Pitched Roof

If you are having your roof reroofed then you may be wondering if you should change the shape of your roof. If you have a pitched roof right now or if you want to get a pitched roof, this article will list a few reasons why they are beneficial. Are you ready to learn more about the benefits of having a pitched roof? If so, read on to learn more.   Read More...

Winter Roof Preperation

With winter comes that relentless weather that will pound away at the surface of your roof. There are many ways that harsh winter weather can be destructive to your roof, leaving you with many repairs to have taken care of if you haven't been proactive about preparing your roof and staying on top of little repairs as they show up. Here are some tips to follow to make sure your roof is ready for that winter weather.   Read More...