A new roof is an exciting experience! So much that kids and pets may want to watch as they observe the roofers ripping and nailing. This is extremely dangerous, though. Once the roofing company arrives, your home is a work zone. As always, safety is important to us. Here are some tips to make your roofing experience go as smoothly as possible!
Choosing the right color of shingles for your home is one of the big decisions of installing a new roof. This decision will affect the appearance of your home, maintenance costs, and the overall value of your property. Because of this, you want the color and material of your roof to blend in with the architecture of your home, your neighborhood, and its natural surroundings. Here are some tips.
If you follow our blog, you know that hail can do quite the number on your roof. Here's how to file for an insurance claim after a hailstorm.
Your siding needs to perform well. Otherwise, you could end up with hidden interior damage to your home. If your siding is damaged or worn, you should address it right away. If the problem is minor, you may be able to just repair it. If the trouble is serious, you may need to replace the siding before things get worse. Here are some signs that it is time for new siding.
Living in the Midwest means we get our fair share of weather. Tornadoes, wind storms, thunderstorms, and other extreme weather have been known to strike Missouri throughout the year. This can compromise the integrity of roofing systems as these weather conditions blow through. Check out our guide to how bad weather affects your roof and what to do about it.
Gutters are essential to the integrity of a roof and home. They protect your house by helping move away rainwater so it doesn’t cause damage. However, they are often overlooked. Here are a few signs that you may need to consider calling your favorite roofing professional to get started on the process of new gutters.
If you own a business, you know that the maintenance of the roof is complicated. Commercial roofing systems differ from residential roofing systems for good reason. The problems that commercial building owners face differ from those residential owners face, so the solutions required are different. Today, we’re going to help you make your commercial roofing system decision easier by providing you with all the different types of commercial roofing available on the market.
Asbestos awareness is very important when it comes to any construction of your home. Any object containing asbestos is dangerous if handled improperly. It can act as a safe surface and protect a building for many years if left alone. The danger comes when asbestos materials are moved or broken. The microscopic asbestos fibers become airborne and enter the lungs when they are broken. Because of this, one needs to know what to do about asbestos.
Summer days are the ideal time for roof work. Demand for roofing is highest, and the weather is usually the best. However, with temperatures spiking all across the country, can it ever be too hot to work on a roof? Here’s everything you need to know about roofing in heat, including tips on how to stay cool when working outdoors.