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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

  • A Guide to Gutter Materials and Styles for Your Home

    8 September 2023

    Gutters are one of the most important parts of your home's exterior. They protect your foundation and prevent water damage, making them an essential investment. When it comes to selecting the right gutter material and style for your home, there are a variety of factors that can make the decision seem overwhelming. Here are some of the different gutter materials and styles available to help you make an informed decision and keep your home safe.

  • Everything You Need To Know About Flat Roofs

    31 August 2023

    Most homeowners think of the traditional, sloped roofs as the only option for a house. However, there are many types of roofs, including a flat roof. In fact, flat roofs have been used for centuries and are well known for their practicality and affordability. If you are considering a flat roof for your home or business, here's what you need to know.  What Is a Flat Roof? A flat roof is a low-sloped roof or a completely flat roof.

  • 3 Methods You Can Use To Seal Your Flat Roof

    24 August 2023

    Flat roofs have numerous advantages but can be prone to water problems or leakages without preemptive measures. One of these measures is to seal and waterproof the roof. Below are three methods of sealing flat roofs.  1. Built-up A built-up roof comprises several layers of materials that effectively seal the roof from moisture intrusion. The number of layers and materials varies. However, the basic layers include: An asphalt layer that comprises the same materials in asphalt shingles A felt layer that is usually fabric reinforced with fiberglass or other organic materials A surface layer of inorganic materials such as gravel  The top layer should be rigid and heavy to protect the inner layers.

  • Five Important Tasks That Commercial Roofers Perform Each Winter

    17 August 2023

    When winter arrives, keeping your commercial roof in good condition is paramount. Otherwise, your roof will become more damaged over time, and you may eventually need a new roof. That's why you should take some steps to prepare your commercial roof for the winter season. There are five things in particular that any commercial building owner must do. 1. Inspect Your Roof Regularly  The first step is to inspect the roof for any signs of damage or deterioration.

  • Leaky Roofs: A Homeowner's Nightmare and How to Handle It

    11 August 2023

    A leaky roof is a problem that most homeowners dread. Water seeping into your home can cause a multitude of issues, from structural damage to mold growth. Understanding why roofs leak and how to address these issues can save you time, money, and stress. Why Do Roofs Leak? There are several common causes of roof leaks: Age: Over time, roofing materials deteriorate due to exposure to the elements, leading to cracks or holes where water can seep in.