Replacing Roofing the Right Way

Harness The Power Of Roof Reflection To Reduce Your Cooling Bills

You've probably heard the advice to wear light-colored shirts on a hot day because they reflect more sunlight, keeping you cool. If you've followed this advice, you may have realized just how effective this strategy really is! When trying to save money in your cooling bills, you can put the same concept to use -- but with your roof. Here's a closer look. How can you use reflectivity to keep your home cooler?   Read More...

Why Asphalt Shingles Must Be Inspected

As a homeowner, it is important for you to make sure repairs are made when they are needed in order to prevent the house from falling into bad shape. One of the areas of a house that is often neglected is the roof. You should get the roof inspected every now and then in case there are any concerns. For instance, if you have an asphalt shingle roof, you should stay on top of water damage, algae growth, and missing granules so prompt repairs can be made.   Read More...

Understanding the Basic Tools Needed for Roof Repair

There are quite a few tasks that must be done when it comes to repairing the roof of a home. Each particular task has to be completed in stages and require specific materials and tools. When a roof contractor is equipped with the correct tools, it allows them to repair the roof, both quickly and efficiently. The information listed below provides some details on the basic tools, roofing contractors use when repairing your roof.   Read More...

Indoor And Outdoor Roof Inspection Tips After A Strong Wind Storm

Wind storms don't wait for a convenient time to strike, and you only have to look at the Pensacola families who spent New Years Day cleaning up debris to see how damaging strong winds can be. As a first-time homeowner, you may not realize the impact high winds can have on your roof. The problem with not noticing your roof has been damaged by a wind storm is the damage water can do to the interior of your home.   Read More...

Tips For Identifying A Monterey Home – And How To Choose The Best Roofing Material

Eclectic residential architectural styles can prove hard to identify by name, even if you own a home of that style. Monterey homes are an example that can seem hard to distinguish from Contemporary or even Craftsman style homes. But the Monterey has some distinct elements that can help you pinpoint its name to better understand its architectural elements and to best choose a roofing material for a roof restoration project.   Read More...