Should You Invest In Class 4, Impact-Resistant Shingles For Your Residential Roof?
14 December 2021
Every year, severe storms hit U.S. states and cause extensive property damage. In 2020, there were 4,611 major storm events, affecting at least 6.2 million properties. Roofing structures bear the brunt of hail and strong winds. Regular asphalt shingles can suffer irreversible damage when hit by flying debris during a storm. Therefore, if you live in a hail-prone area, you should invest in Class 4, impact-resistant (IR) shingles for your roof.
Things You Should Understand About Roofing Warranty Fundamentals
8 December 2021
When you have a new roof installed on your home, one of the first things that you need to determine is what kind of warranty coverage you will have with that roof installation. Some roofing contractors don't offer any kind of warranty protection, but many offer 10-year roofing guarantees. However, even with a 10-year roofing guarantee, it's important that you understand what it does and does not cover. Here's a look at some of the things that you need to know about your roof and the protection you may have.
Gutter System Upgrades That Help The Gutters Protect Your Home From Water Damage
7 December 2021
When you're planning a gutter installation project, the first step is to decide on the type of gutters you want. A popular choice is seamless gutters that are made from aluminum or galvanized steel. These reduce the risk of gutter leaks, so they're usually worth the extra cost. Besides seamless gutters, here are two other upgrades to your gutters that enhance the way your gutters protect your home.
1. Trough Covers That Keep Your Gutters Clean
Winter Roof Repairs Your Home May Require
6 December 2021
There are many unique threats that the winter months can pose to your home's roofing system. Unfortunately, there are many homeowners that may not take the winter weather threats to their roofs seriously, and this can increase the risk of encountering problems in the future.
Leaks From Melting Snow Accumulation
Leaks can be an extremely damaging problem for your roof to experience. Unfortunately, the winter months can allow snow to trap moisture on the roof, which can increase the risk of a major leak forming.