identifying roofing problems

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...

Do You Have Some Water Concerns With The Roof? Hidden Problems To Look For Now

If you are living in a house and you suspect that there are some water concerns, act immediately. Water damage that comes in from the roof or around the roof can cause extreme problems to the structure of the property, and it can compromise the quality of your home. Here are some of the things that indicate there are some water concerns with the roof, even though they may not be something that you see when you first look at the house.   Read More...

What Time Of Year Should You Repair Or Replace Your Roof?

When it comes to roof repairs and replacements, some people are lucky enough to live in areas of the country where it doesn't matter what time of year it is because the weather is so great that the repair or replacement can be done at any time. However, in other areas of the country, roof repairs and replacements are performed more easily during certain season because of the weather being more appropriate.   Read More...

Is It Time To Replace Your Home's Wood Siding?

Wood siding not only improves your home's appeal; it protects your home from pests and rain. But over time, wood can deteriorate, warp, and rot. To keep your home's integrity intact, you'll need to replace your damaged siding. Here are reasons to replace your deteriorating siding now.  How Can Damaged Siding Affect Your Home? Many homeowners moisture-proof their siding before or after they install it on their homes. Moisture-proofed siding may withstand water damage longer than untreated siding.   Read More...