Benefits Of Installing Built-Up Roofing Systems

Built-up roofing systems are made of multiple layers of ply sheets, asphalt, and an attached insulation system. If you are planning to build a flat or low-sloping roof, you should consider built-up roofing for the various benefits it offers. Here are the major benefits of built-up roofing systems. Weather-Resistant Built-up roofing systems are made up of multiple layers that are sturdy and withstand harsh weather conditions. Normally, the roofing components are enough to withstand impact from flying debris during a tornado or hailstorm. Read More 

PVC Roofing Installation? Important Information For Home And Business Owners

Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) roofing is not a new product, yet many home and business owners may not fully understand how this product might provide a solution for some of their roofing problems. A type of membrane roofing product, PVC roofing is especially useful for roofs that are flat or insufficiently sloped to allow water to drain freely from the surface.  PVC roofing for the homeowner  While most newer homes are designed with adequate levels of roof slope to eliminate standing water problems, many older or heavily renovated homes still have areas with flat or slightly sloped rooflines, such as the roof that protects an enclosed porch. Read More 

Top 3 Benefits Of Having A Flat Roof On Your Commercial Establishment

The biggest issue everyone managing a commercial roof project has to deal with is deciding between a flat and a peaked roof. Each roof design has its advantages and disadvantages, and you can only choose the best style for your locality. Flat roofs have become increasingly popular in the recent past because of the evolution of commercial roofing materials and techniques. Roofing materials like modified bitumen, EPDM (a synthetic rubber roofing membrane), and thermoplastic roof membranes work best when designed in a flat style. Read More 

Signs That It Is Time For Residential Roof Replacement Over Repair

When your residential roof has a leak, there are a number of ways to determine if you can repair your roof or if it needs to be replaced. An asphalt shingle roof will last about twenty years, but this can be lower if your roof is in direct sunlight or you have harsh temperature extremes. Asphalt shingles deteriorate over time, and eventually, the shingles are no longer protecting your home. If you have a roof leak, it's important to contact a residential roofing replacement contractor to consider your options. Read More 

Why You Should Hire a Roofing Contractor to Replace Missing Roof Shingles as Soon as Possible

A common roofing problem is missing shingles. Shingles can get blown or scraped off your roof, and it's more likely to happen when your roof gets older. However, you should always be watchful for missing shingles and call a roofing contractor to replace them, even if you only see one area where a shingle is missing. Here's why it's important to replace missing shingles. Shingles Keep Rain Away From the Plywood Deck Read More