Replacing My Old Roof

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Replacing My Old Roof

When a leak appeared in my ceiling, I realized immediately that I might have an issue with my roofing. As soon as it stopped raining, I fetched a ladder and climbed on top of my roof to see what the problem was. I was devastated with what I found. My roof was missing shingles, and it looked like there was water pooling in certain areas. I knew that I couldn't repair the issue on my own, which is why I turned to a professional roofing contractor. They came out, inspected the damage, and recommended repairs. This blog is all about signs of roofing issues, so that you know when to replace your roof.

How Often Do Flat Roofs Need Maintenance?

  A roof is one of the most important components of the building and is often the most overlooked. Owners tend to ignore the need for timely roof inspection and repair, which only increases the incidence of costly repair or replacement. Roofs are constantly exposed to sunlight, rain, moisture, air conditioning, pollution, and other agents, which contribute to its wear and tear, gradually aging the roof membrane. Therefore, a roof needs regular inspection and maintenance in order to keep its service life intact. Read More 

3 Ways To Keep Your Roof In Good Shape

Ensuring that your roof is in good repair is very important as a damaged roof can easily lead to mold or other damage throughout your entire home. Listed below are just three of the many ways to keep your roof in good repair: Keep An Eye Out For Any Missing Pieces One of the foremost things you should do to keep your roof in good shape is to keep an eye out for any missing pieces, particularly if a major storm has just recently occurred. Read More 

Ready For That New Roof? How To Extend Its Life And Keep It Looking Good

If you're going to be having a new roof installed on your home, you know what a big investment that is. The last thing you want is to have it wear out before it's time. You probably know that you need to watch for loose shingles and keep the gutters clean to avoid roof damage. However, you might not realize that annual cleanings are also an important part of roof maintenance. Read More 

3 Reasons To Hire A Roofing Contractor For Maintenance Rather Than Doing It Yourself

Whether leaves need to be cleaned away, leaks need to be sealed, or painting needs to be done, roof maintenance is a dangerous job for the average person. Roof and ladder accidents are more common than you might think, and those accidents can result in serious injuries such as broken bones and paralysis. Hiring a professional to do roof maintenance for you will minimize the risk of accidents, but that's not the only reason to work with a pro. Read More 

3 Roof Safety Tips That Will Help Keep You Safe During Storm Damage Repairs

After a storm comes through and causes damage to homes and businesses, repairs are going to be needed. One of the first areas where you will want to do repairs is the roof of your home. While doing the repairs to your roof, it is important to stay safe. You want to use safety equipment and know how to prevent falling of your roof. Here are a few safety tips that will help you to safely address storm damage on your roof without injury: Read More