Identifying Roofing Damage After A Storm

If you've recently experienced a big storm, your home may appear to have made it through without too much damage, even if that's not the case. Unfortunately, the damage that a storm does to a roof isn't often noticed for months after the damage has occurred. At this point, the damage will have spread beyond just the roofing – it will have seeped into the attic, possibly into the walls and even into the ceilings inside your home. Read More 

Handling A Roof Leak Until Help Arrives: What Homeowners Need To Know

Hopefully, you'll never experience the stress and frustration of a roof leak as a homeowner. Unfortunately, roof leaks are rather common--especially in older roofs--which is why it's a good idea to be prepared in the event that one does occur at your home. Your first step after discovering a leaking roof should always be to call a professional for roof repair. In the meantime, however, there are a few steps you can take to minimize damage and keep things under control. Read More 

Improve the Value of Your Home by Updating Your Bathroom

While your bathroom may be one of the smallest rooms in your home, this doesn't mean it won't benefit from a few improvements. Whether you have a tight budget and just want to make a few cosmetic changes, or you are looking to do a complete bathroom overhaul, you have choices. From changing out the floor to adding a new vanity, the changes you make to your bathroom will make a big difference in the overall appearance of your home. Read More 

3 Big Reasons Asphalt Shingle Roofs Fail Before Their Time

When it comes to residential roofing, there are few types more popular or with such a good reputation like asphalt shingle roofing. Asphalt shingle roofs are a number one pick among homeowners for a lot of reasons, but mainly because of the long lifespan these roofing materials can provide. If you have an asphalt shingle roof installed on your home, you should easily get at least a few decades out of it. Read More 

Diagnosing Roof Decking Problems

When it comes to protecting your commercial property from serious damage, conducting regular inspections of the roofing can be critical. A faulty roof could lead to significant water damage, which could compromise the overall structural integrity of your building. The roof deck acts as a waterproof barrier, so any problems that arise pertaining to the quality and function of your roof decking have the potential to be serious. Here are three things to watch for as you inspect your commercial roof decking in the future. Read More