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 

Do You Have To Have White Or Light Shingles If You Want An Energy-Efficient Roof?

When you think of an energy-efficient roof, what image comes to mind? If you're like many homeowners, you think of a white or light-colored roof. But while choosing a light roof is one way to keep energy costs down, it's not your only option for energy efficiency. Here's a look at some other options to consider if you're in the market for an efficient roof. Reflective Shingles Sometimes known as " Read More 

Tips For Identifying An American Bungalow Home – And How To Choose The Best Roofing Material

Knowing the name of your home's architectural style might not seem important, but having the information can help you find out more about the specific details of the home. Those details can help you best choose materials for a roof repair or replacement project. American Bungalows are an easily identified architectural style – once you know what to look for in the details. What are some of the identifying factors of an American Bungalow, and how can they help you and a roofing contractor determine the best roofing material? Read More 

Why Are Your Home’s Asphalt Shingles Curling?

The durability, low cost, and light weight of asphalt shingles are what has made the material a popular choice with homeowners. Asphalt shingles perform well against all types of weather but can become damaged over the years. Shingles that curl along their edges are a sign that you have some problems. Here is why it could be happening. Water Damage When water finds a way underneath your asphalt shingles, the moisture can cause damage that may cause the shingle to warp. Read More