Three Tips To Avoid Snow Damage On Flat Commercial Roofs

Winter can be particularly hard on a flat commercial roofing, particularly when it snows. This is because snow can't slide off a flat roof as easily as it would a pitched roof. When there are heavy snow and low temperatures, that weight can sit on the roof for a long time. The following tips can help you avoid snow damage on your flat commercial roof: Tip #1: Schedule a drain assessment Read More 

Four Tips For Avoiding A Snow Meltdown In The Basement

As the snow starts to melt as winter is ending and spring is arriving, you don't want to have to worry about the excess water making it's way to your basement. Instead, you want to utilize these four tips for avoiding a huge snow meltdown in your basement altogether: Shovel Snow Away: First off, you want to shovel all of the snow away from your home. Any snow that is against the foundation is sure to melt right into your basement. Read More 

Hire Roofers To Decorate The Roof Of Your Business For You This Holiday Season

Many companies like to decorate their businesses for the holidays to show their customers that they are in the holiday spirit. Decorating a large business on your own could be dangerous though. It is best to hire professionals to handle the decorating for you. The following guide walks you through the steps to use when you want to get roofing contractors to decorate the exterior of your business for you: Read More 

3 Roofing Repair Myths That Must Be Addressed

Keeping your home clean, appealing, and valuable can be frustrating at times. From mowing the lawn and trimming shrubs to washing windows and repairing leaky faucets, it is easy to see how so many homeowners become stressed out and overwhelmed. Of course, most maintenance is essential to protecting the real estate investment. While some tasks are considered priorities, focusing on your roof should be at the top of your list. By understanding a few common myths regarding repair, you will know when, how, and why to restore your home's roof back to a functional, valuable, and appealing state. Read More 

5 Tips To Avoid A Roof Replacement

Roofs are not indestructible, and every roof will have to be replaced at some point. However, many homeowners think roof replacements are necessary at the slightest hint of a problem. In reality, a new roof should last a considerable amount of time as long as it is installed correctly and repaired when it needs to be. Depending on your roof material, it can last anywher from 15 years to 100 years, so unless you are the victim of a natural disaster, you should not have to think about replacing your roof after only 10 years. Read More