How To Protect An Aging Roof In A Blizzard

If your roof is older and has begun showing signs of wear, you may feel particularly anxious when a blizzard or big snowstorm starts heading in your direction. Are you doomed to have half your shingles go missing? Are you going to wake up to a vaded-in roof? While it's impossible to say whether these things will happen or not, there are some steps you can take to reduce the risk of a roof problem in an upcoming blizzard. [Read More]

Restoring Your Home's Warped Roof

A building's roof is a vital component, providing essential protection and shelter from various weather conditions. However, a warped roof can lead to numerous issues, including leaks, structural damage, and even collapse. Sadly, many individuals will encounter this type of roofing damage. Unfortunately, they may not have a solid understanding of the causes of this serious roofing issue. Poor Installation Or Inadequate Maintenance Roof warping often results from substandard installation or insufficient maintenance. [Read More]

Signs That You Need To Hire A Storm Roof Damage Repair Expert

Your home's roof is one of the most vulnerable parts during a storm and should be the first place you check for damage after the storm subsides. While you might want to climb up the roof to check for damage, you risk suffering injuries. As such, hire a roof damage repair expert to assess the damage and advise you on the repair process.  Here are some signs of storm roof damage the expert can detect and help you repair. [Read More]

Less Common Roof Materials That May Work For Your Home

When the time comes to have your new roof installed, you probably consider all of the classic options: 3-tab shingles, architectural shingles, metal, and tile. If you're really "in the know" you might look into cedar shakes, too. These roofing materials are all popular for good reasons, and they serve a lot of homeowners well. However, they are far from the only roof materials -- and far from the only good roof materials. [Read More]