Roofers: They're Number One

Top Shingle Roof Repairs You Need To Know

If you have a shingled roof, you likely already know it's a durable, long-lasting option for protecting your home. However, even the best roofs can experience damage over time, and it's important to know the signs of common repairs needed for shingled roofs. This blog will explore the most common roof repairs needed for shingled roofs so that you can identify and address any issues before they become major problems. Read More 

How Roofing Maintenance Can Help You Run A Successful Business

Like many business owners, you don't want to face roofing problems. Fortunately, most issues with your business's roof can be avoided by undertaking regular roof maintenance.  Take a look at the various ways roof maintenance can help set your business up for success. Allows Early Detection of Potential Roof Problems As part of preventative roof maintenance, you should inspect your roofing system regularly to check for problems. Visual inspections of the roof will help to catch issues that may cause severe roof damage if they go unnoticed over time. Read More 

The Pros And Cons Of Fiberglass Roof Shingles

When people use the term "shingles" they are often referring to asphalt shingles. Asphalt shingles are very popular and are used in a wide range of climates. However, not all shingles are made from asphalt. You can also find shingles that are made from other materials, such as fiberglass. Are fiberglass shingles right for your home? Consider the following pros and cons and decide for yourself. Pros: They're very lightweight. Read More 

Tips To Minimize The Environmental Impact Of Your Residential Roof Replacement

Roof replacement is one of the biggest improvement projects you will perform on your home, so you don't want to make any rash decisions. Careful forethought and proper planning will go a long way in ensuring the project goes smoothly and efficiently.  That said, replacing your roof can have both positive and negative effects on the environment, depending on how you go about it. Use these tips to minimize the environmental impact of your residential roof replacement. Read More 

When You Should Go Ahead With A Roof Replacement Mid-Winter

Winter is a difficult season for roof replacements. The weather is cold, which tends to make shingles stiff. It also makes it harder for roofers to move around. If there is snow, the roofers need to worry about clearing it and keeping it out of your attic space. With all that being said, however, most roofing companies can and do replace roofs mid-winter when doing so is needed. But when should you replace your roof mid-winter rather than waiting till spring? Read More 

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Roofers: They're Number One

Who is number one on your list? We have to say that roofers are number one on our list. Would you expect anything else from people who write a blog about roofers? Probably not, but allow us to explain a bit more. While we have appreciation for a lot of different professions, we have really come to appreciate the balance of skills that roofers must hold. They need to know how to work with their hands. At the same time, they also need a lot of technical knowledge, and they need to be able to make some pretty involved mathematical calculations, too. Thank you, roofers.