Keep Your Commercial Roof Safe This Holiday Season

The holidays are a time when your company is likely to get into a festive mood with holiday-themed decorations or landscaping. Some of this decor may even end up on top of your roof. While you're up there, be sure to keep some of the following best practices in mind to ensure you and your employees get through the holiday season safe and sound. Be Careful Not to Breach the Roof During Installation [Read More]

5 Factors That Affect How Many Years Your Residential Metal Roof Will Last

In general, metal roofing tends to outlast many other forms of roofing. However, every homeowner will have a different experience with their metal roof and how long it lasts. If you're thinking about getting a new metal roof, here is a breakdown of the five factors that can affect the lifespan of your metal roof.  The General Climate and Weather  The weather has a large role to play in how long your metal roof will last. [Read More]

3 Things To Know About Roof Coating

When it comes to your home's roof, it is exposed to the elements day after day. The sunshine, wind, rain, and other elements can gradually start to have an impact on your roof's ability to protect your home. Being able to keep water out in particular is something that your roof needs to be able to do. While your roofing will not last forever, taking steps to protect it from the elements can help extend its lifespan and also to keep the rest of your home protected. [Read More]

Here's Why You Should Hire A Contractor To Repair Your Roof Instead Of Going The DIY Route

Are you thinking about repair your home's roof yourself? Going the DIY route may not be your best option. Here are just a few reasons you should consider hiring a contractor to do the legwork instead. Effectively Identify Other Problems One good reason to leave roofing repairs to a professional is to make sure that any problems other than the ones you're aware of are identified before any actual repair work is done. [Read More]