Why You Should Consider Eco-Friendly Roofing Materials

Many homeowners are looking for ways to make their homes more eco and energy friendly. This means incorporating ideas like tankless water heaters and solar generators. There is another way you can add an eco- and energy-friendly aspect to your home. By choosing eco-friendly roofing materials, you can increase several aspects of your home. Here are some of those aspects and what to know about each one.  Energy Efficiency The first reason you should consider eco-friendly roofing materials is for your energy consumption. Read More 

2 Advantages Synthetic Has Over Felt For The Underlayment For Your Home’s New Shingled Roof

While planning out the details of your home's new roof installation, you may have already decided on the type and color you want for the shingles. Along with making choices about the shingles, another important part of the roof's installation is the underlayment. As an added layer of protection between the shingles and decking, the underlayment typically comes in two material options — synthetic and felt. Before you make a decision on which one you should use for your new roof, consider a couple of the advantages synthetic underlayment has over its felt counterpart. Read More 

4 Subtle Signs Your Flat Roof May Need Repairs Soon

When water leaks through your ceiling, it's a big clue that you need flat roof repair or replacement services ASAP. However, roof problems aren't always this obvious, so it's important to watch for subtle signs that something may be wrong. Here are four easy-to-miss signs that you may need to have your flat roof repaired soon.  1) Your flat roof is sagging If your flat roof starts to sag or dip in the middle, this could be a sign of structural damage caused by water pooling on the roof. Read More 

Is Your Old Roof Holding Back Your Plans To Sell?

If you plan on selling your home soon, you probably don't want to spend too much time thinking about expensive improvements. After all, why shouldn't you put that money toward your new home instead? Unfortunately, neglecting certain necessary improvements can hurt your home's resale value or make it harder to find a buyer. Since roofing is one of the most expensive and important aspects of any home, prospective buyers are sure to take a close look at yours. Read More 

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