Choosing the right roof shape and style can be harder than you think! Our guide will help you identify the best types of roofs for a home.
Roofing underlayment is what lies between the shingles and the roof sheathing. There are two main types of roofing underlayment: felt and synthetic. Which is the best option for you? We break it down in this blog so you can get the best roofing options for your home.
Fall is just around the corner! Fall brings changing leaves and cooler weather. It also brings the promise that winter isn’t that far behind. Here are some fall maintenance tips to keep your roof and your home happy and healthy through the cooler seasons.
Not knowing a lot about everything there is to know about your roof is to be expected. Because of this, when there’s a problem with the roof, questions start to pile in. We would like to share some roofing FAQs with you today to make life a little easier for you.
We have some roofing technology that has made roofing easier and quicker. Here are some of our favorite technologies used in roofing.
A green roofing system is a relatively newer trend but has been used for hundreds of years. It is an addition made to the roof of an existing building for the purpose of growing plants and other flora. Depending on the type of green roof you install, the plans may be modular or have drainage layers. There are a few features that all green roofs include, such as waterproofing and root repellant. Today, we’re gonna dig into what you need to know about green roofing.
Roofing safety must always be your first priority when doing any kind of roofing work. Roofing jobs are one of the fourth most dangerous jobs in the United States. Don’t push your luck and let a preventable accident happen. Take these roofing safety precautions to avoid injury or even death.
A roof leak is a bummer. Nobody wants to see water dripping from the ceiling. Unfortunately, some of us will have to deal with a roof leak at some point. Here’s a list of the most common roof leak causes to help you better understand potential issues with your roof.