2 Roofing Options To Keep Your Home Cooler

If the time has come to replace your home's old shingled roof, you may already be making plans to have the installation done. If one of the issues you have in your home during the summer months is heat coming through the roof and making your air conditioning system work harder, you may want to consider extending these plans to include other options. Below are a couple of available options you should consider adding to your new shingled roof that can help keep your home cooler in the summertime. Read More 

Roofing Tips For Homeowners In Blizzard-Prone Areas

Going through a blizzard can be quite a dramatic experience. It is bound to go more smoothly if your home is set up to withstand this sort of weather. Your roof, especially, should be prepared to resist the high winds and heavy snowfall that come with a blizzard. But how do you equip your roof for these big, snowy storms? Here are a few key tips. Have any loose shingles replaced in the fall. Read More 

5 Ways Storms Can Damage Metal Roofs

Metal roofing is one of the more storm-resistant materials available, but it's not immune to damage. Learn what sorts of damage to watch for so you can schedule prompt repairs if a problem does occur.  1. Hail Dents The good news is that most modern metal roofs are resistant to hail damage. Unlike other roofing materials, there should be no concerns about punctures causing leaks. Hail damage on a metal roof tends to be cosmetic. Read More 

Don’t Let Water Pool On Your Low-Sloped Roof For Too Long

If you have a low-slope roof, you might run into a problem typical with flat roofs: pooling water. This is a problem you should address quickly because the water will cause damage to your roof over time, and you'll need to perform much more expensive repairs. When Pooling Water Becomes a Problem Low-sloped roofs sometimes have standing water if the weather is especially wet. However, if the water has pooled for several days, you likely have a problem. Read More 

How Metal And Clay Tile Residential Roofs Compare

There are different kinds of residential roofs, so it's fun to explore your options when it's time for a roof replacement. Your budget and the slope of your roof are important deciding factors in the type of roof you get. You may want an asphalt shingle roof since that's what many homes have, but you might want something a little more elegant. Luxury roofing to consider includes slate and copper, but those are quite expensive. Read More