In our last article we talked about the importance of inspecting your roof for winter weather damage—preferably using a professional roofer for thoroughness and safety. One way to better your chances of passing such an inspection with little to no damage is to perform regular maintenance on your roof during the winter months.Read more
Despite the optimism of Punxsutawney Phil, winter is still well underway in Southeast Pennsylvania, with some pretty major storm systems already in the books. Snow and ice, particularly the heavy kind we saw in recent weeks, can take a significant toll on a roof.Read more
When it’s time to get a new roof, you have a lot of decisions to make about the type of roof that’s best for your needs. In our previous articles, we’ve shared a checklist to help you figure out what your roofing needs are, and we’ve explored the pros and cons of southeast Pennsylvania’s most popular roofing material, asphalt shingles.Read more
Getting a new roof can be an exciting investment in your home’s value, functionality, and appearance. There are a lot of factors to consider when choosing the material that will work best for your home, and in our previous post we talked about a checklist of questions to ask to help guide your decision.Read more
So it’s finally time to get a new roof—but how do you know what material is best for your home and your needs?
A new roof is an investment in time and money, but it’s also a major opportunity to upgrade the look, integrity, and functionality of your home. Choosing the right materials for your new roof can make all the difference in the value you get for your investment, so it’s important to know what questions to ask and factors to consider. This checklist will help you get started in choosing the best roofing materials for your needs.Read more
Getting your roof replaced is a big job on many levels. Besides the financial investment, your home and your routine will be disrupted for while the work is being done. It may be messy, especially if old roofing is being torn up, and it will almost certainly be loud.
The end result will be worth it when you can enjoy the beauty and peace of mind of your new roof, but in the meantime, there are a few things you can do to prepare for the work and get through it as easily as possible.Read more