Part of being a responsible homeowner is keeping your home's exterior protected from exterior water leaks. Your home's foundation and roof provide a large part of your home's protection against wet weather. Here are some tips to help you repair and keep these two areas of your home well-maintained. Roof Leaks When you notice a water leak seeping into a ceiling in your home and there is no plumbing installed above the space, you know that it is likely coming from your roof.
22 June 2017
If you live in the Midwest, where you get a lot of snow in the winter time and can get some nice humid days in the summer, you need a roof that can handle a lot of snow as well as hot, sticky weather. Here are three types of roofing materials you should consider for your home: #1 Modified Bitumen Modified Bitumen roof is generally made out of either polyester or fiberglass.
4 June 2017
If you're building a new home or cabin with a flat roof design, you can't cover the roof in traditional shingles because water won't roll off the roof like it does on roofs with a steeper pitch. When it's time to get a new roof, you have a few options, but one of the common choices is a built-up roof. You've probably seen this type of roof many times because it has been used for many decades on homes and commercial buildings.
4 June 2017
If you live in a warm climate, you know the struggle of trying to keep your house comfortable against all of the outside pressures. What you might not know, however, is that those pressures can be alleviated by improving your roof. Though you may not realize it, a large amount of your conditioned air could be escaping through your roof, driving up your costs and driving down your comfort. Thankfully, there are roofing solutions offered by companies like Emerald Roofing that can help guarantee you don't have to suffer through those struggles.
4 June 2017
No matter how well a roof is built, it will eventually need to be repaired or replaced entirely. Aging roofs can be especially difficult for homeowners to deal with. It can be difficult to determine whether repair or replacement is the right decision. Repair is less expensive than replacement, however, it's only a temporary fix. On the opposite hand, replacement is expensive enough that most homeowners will want to avoid it until it's necessary.
23 May 2017
If you have your asphalt shingle roof installed several years ago or even five or seven years ago, then you may be surprised to see some cracks appearing in the shingles. While cracks are a common issue, they are sometimes the result of something called thermal cracking. This is an issue that can develop due to defective shingles. Keep reading to learn about the problem and what you can do about it.
18 May 2017
To make sure that you are able to get the most out of your home, it always pays to upgrade it accordingly. One of the greatest upgrades that you can make is to purchase a set of siding that makes your home look wonderful and protects the siding. When you are looking to get the most out of this siding installation, consider the benefits of shopping for new siding, look into the type of siding that will serve your home the best, and reach out to a siding installation contractor that can serve you.
7 May 2017
Are you a new business owner that recently purchased a building for serving customers? If you ended up having to replace the flat metal roof after the becoming the owner of the building, it is in your best interest to protect it from falling back into a bad condition in an untimely manner. If you don't pay enough attention to the roof, numerous things can happen that might require a large amount of money being invested in repairs.
29 April 2017