Roofers: They're Number One

Why Did Your Shingle Roof Wear Out So Quickly?

Shingle roofs are usually rated for a certain timeframe. For example, you might have a 30-year roof or a 20-year roof installed. So what if your roof has not yet reached its expected lifespan, but it's already damaged and in need of being replaced? In this case, you should go ahead and have the roof replaced, but you also want to look into the conditions that lead to your roof's accelerated deterioration. Read More 

How To Identify Storm Damage To Your Roof

Storm damage can lead to serious problems for your roof, such as leaks and dislodged shingles. But despite its severity, storm damage is sometimes not easy to spot. But if you fail to identify storm damage after a storm, your roof could begin to deteriorate very quickly. Spotting roof damage after a storm allows you to fix areas that need repair. And you can also spot other potential issues so that a roofer can fix them before they worsen. Read More 

3 Types Of Residential Metal Roofing To Compare

If you're considering a metal roof for your home, you'll want to learn about the different types so you select the one that's right for your home. Three common options in metal roofing are corrugated panels, exposed-fastener panels, and standing-seam panels. Standing-seam metal panels are popular options for residential use, but you can choose any type of metal roof you want. Here's how they compare. 1. Corrugated Metal Roofing Corrugated metal is a classic look in metal roofing, especially for agricultural use. Read More 

Understanding The Differences Between Residential And Commercial Roofing

Roofing is an essential part of any building, whether it's a home or a commercial establishment. However, the roofing needs of these two types of buildings are different. Residential and commercial roofing differ in terms of design, materials used, and installation process. In this article, you will explore the differences between residential and commercial roofing.  Design Residential roofing is typically designed to be aesthetically pleasing and complement the overall look of the home. Read More 

From Leak Central To Solid Shelter: The Journey Of A Roof Replacement

Do you feel like your home is a sanctuary? If you have frequent roof leaks, this may not be the case. When your roof starts to show signs of wear and tear, you won't feel so safe. Is now the right time to transform your roof with a replacement? Turn your leaky roof into a solid shelter for your home. Here's how that journey works. First, Recognize Signs of a Failing Roof  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.