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The next time you walk outside, take a moment to gaze up at your roof. What do you see? Do you see even shingles that are all laying flat? Or do you see shingles that are starting to curl and that are covered in moss? You can tell a lot about the condition of your roof just by looking at it. If you are at all concerned about the state of your roof, then your first call should be to a roofing contractor. They can evaluate the situation and recommend repairs or replacement as needed. Learn more about roofing and roofing contractors here on this website.


Up on the Rooftop

  • Residential Roofing And Storm Damage Restorations: Building A More Storm Resistant Roof

    25 September 2020

    When storms cause damage to your home, cleaning and repairs are needed to prevent problems from worsening. The restoration process often includes reinstalling the same materials the same way they were before the storm. Why not improve areas like your roof with more storm-resistant designs and materials? The following storm damage repair information will help you with storm damage restorations: Evaluate more vulnerable areas—There are areas of your roof that are more vulnerable to wear and storm damage.

  • What Material Is Best For Residential Roofing?

    21 September 2020

    When building a new home, there are several decisions that have to be made from the color of the paint to the materials for flooring. Another decision that has to be made is what type of roofing material you want on your new home. Your residential roofing company can help identify which is the best option for you, but knowing a little bit about each type will help you make the best decision possible.

  • How Metal Roofing Compares With Other Materials For A Cabin Roof

    16 September 2020

    If you're fixing up a cabin for a scenic place to relax, fish, or just get away from your usual routine, you may be considering your options for new roofing. Metal roofing is a good choice for any home, but it's especially suitable for a getaway cabin. Here's how metal compares to other options you might consider. Metal Lasts Longer Than Asphalt Shingles If you want the most affordable roofing for your cabin, then asphalt shingles might be the answer.

  • With Winter Approaching, It's Time To Talk About Ice Dams

    14 September 2020

    Have you heard of ice dams? They're not made by beavers, and they're not even found in rivers. In fact, they're found a lot closer to home — on your actual roof. If you life in an area where the winters are cold and snowy, you really should know the basics about ice dams, and the right time to learn about those basics is right now before the snow starts flying.

  • Pros And Cons Of Metal Roofing

    11 September 2020

    When people build a new home, they are faced with a number of decisions they have to make regarding what they want inside their new house. From kitchen tiles to light fixtures to paint colors, it can be a very overwhelming process, but one decision that you might not have thought about is what type of roofing material you want. Most people opt for asphalt shingles, but there are other options on the market such as tile or metal roofing.