What You Need To Know About Exterior House Renovations

When it comes to home renovations, it's easy to focus on the interior. After all, you probably spend a lot more time inside your home than you spend looking at its exterior. While interior renovations are essential, you don't want to ignore the exterior. Updating your home's exterior does more than improving curb appeal; it increases your home's value as well. Here are three things to know about exterior house renovation projects. Read More 

3 Good Reasons To Upgrade To A Metal Roof

Whether you have an old roof that has seen better days and it needs to be replaced or you are just looking for a different style of roof for your home, you will want to consider the metal roofing option. More and more people are finding out that there are some pretty good reasons to upgrade to a metal roof, whether it is for their residential, their rental properties, or even any commercial properties that they own. Read More 

What Can Happen If You Delay Roof Repairs For Too Long

The ideal thing is to have all roofing problems taken care of as soon as you notice that there is an issue. Of course, there are people that will make the mistake of assuming that small roofing problems are just some of the things that can wait for a time when it is a little easier to fit them into the budget. However, there are a lot of big problems that can occur that are a direct result of delayed roof repair work. Read More 

Is Water Pooling On Your Roof? Reasons To Call In A Commercial Roofing Contractor ASAP

When it rains, you should take the time to look up at your roof and see if water is falling from the roof as it is supposed to, or whether water is pooling or puddling on the roof. If water is pooling or puddling, you need to call in a commercial roofing contractor to fix the drainage issues you are experiencing. Puddling water can lead to multiple roof issues if not properly addressed. Read More 

Reasons Why Foam Commercial Roofing Is Worth A Close Look

If your commercial building needs a new roof, talk to your contractor about the suitability of a foam roof. Foam roofing has some advantages over membrane and built-up roofing, but the ideal commercial roofing solution for your building depends on several factors that your roofer can address, such as climate, foot traffic, and air pollutants. Here are reasons a foam roof is worth a second look. Foam Is Energy Efficient Read More