What You Need To Know Before Getting A New Roof
16 February 2018
A roof replacement is something that many homeowners end up considering at some point. In fact, in some cases, a homeowner will need to have their home's roof replaced more than once, especially in the case of asphalt shingle roofing. The average lifespan of an asphalt shingle roof is between 20 and 40 years. Other types of roofing, such as metal and slate, can last a lot longer. For those who are considering roof replacement, here are three things that you need to know before getting a new roof.
6 February 2018
Do you know the pitch of your roof? This is something which most homeowners have no knowledge of, despite the far-reaching influences it has on the roof. Here are some of the reasons you should understand your roof's pitch:
It Determines the Best Material to Use
Most roofing materials can be used on almost all kinds of roofs, but there is always the best material to use depending on the roof pitch.
Prevent Leaks In Your Home By Replacing Torn Shingles
24 January 2018
Torn asphalt shingles may cause moisture to penetrate and accumulate under a rooftop, leading to damage inside of your residence. When the weather is warm and dry, it is the perfect time to remove damaged shingles and replace them with new roofing materials. Complete the project below to restore the strength of your home's rooftop.
utility ladder safety belt and harness nail pulling tool hand broom crowbar asphalt shingles measuring tape utility knife galvanized roofing nails hammer epoxy sealant narrow paintbrush Loosen And Lift Damaged Shingles And Sweep The Rooftop
How to Improve the Look of the Exterior of Your Home
15 January 2018
As a home owner, it is important to make sure that you and everyone else in your family is able to take pride in your home. To accomplish this, you will want to first start with the exterior of your home. Take the following suggestions and put them to good use so you can end up with the best looking home possible.
Consider Getting a New Roof
Before you start sinking money into anything else, you will want to first have a contractor examine the condition of your roof.