The Benefits Of Hiring A Residential Roofer Who Uses A Roofing Buggy When Removing Your Roofing Materials

When you are looking to hire a roofing company to replace your roof, there are many things that you need to look for in a roofing company. You need to verify that they are licensed and insured, check out their reputation and obtain a price quote to see how competitive their pricing is. But one of the items you may want to look for that you may not know about is looking for a company that uses a roofing buggy when removing your roofing materials. Read More 

Worried About Your Roof? How To Protect It From Winter Storm Damage

With winter weather finally rearing its menacing head, it's time to prepare for exterior storm damage. The harsh winter weather can cause serious problems for your roof, especially if you're not prepared. Luckily, it doesn't take much to protect your roof during the winter. You just need to know what to do, and what to avoid. Here are three easy tips that will help you protect your roof this winter. Read More 

Exploding Chimneys: Causes And Prevention Measures

It's a few days before Christmas, and you light a nice, toasty fire to set the holiday mood. All of a sudden, you hear a boom, a thud, and lots of stuff hitting the roof. Is it Santa coming early? Has his rocket sled crashed into your roof? No, apparently from the outside view of your house, your chimney has exploded! Does that sound about right? Here are a few reasons why this happened and what you can do to prevent it from happening again. Read More 

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