Roofing It Up

Common Commercial Flat Roof Problems

Flat roofing systems are a popular choice for commercial properties, and for good reason.  The pitched roofs widely seen on residential properties can place great loads on commercial buildings, potentially plaguing them with structural issues. Plus, these roof types are generally more expensive to install than flat versions due to the greater demand for materials and labor. If you are aiming for a low-cost roofing installation for your commercial facility, a flat roof fits the bill. Read More 

Is It Time To Get A New Roof? The Signs To Watch Out For

A roof is a long-term investment, and you do not need to replace it frequently because with proper maintenance it can last a long time. Nevertheless, it will come a time when maintenance is no longer helpful, and you will need to get a new rooftop. But, how can you tell that it's time for roof replacement? Here are the subtle signs to watch out for. You've Had the Same Roof for Over Two Decades Read More 

Four Fixes You May Need For A Roof With Recurring Leaks

When a leak in your roof just won't go away, there are several different things that could be causing it, ranging from your roof's insulation and ventilation to even your gutters. Addressing these issues and having your roof thoroughly inspected in case it needs to be completely replaced, will help prevent future water damage and stubborn leaks. Replace Insulation In instances where your roof's insulation is failing, it can allow enough heat from your home to transfer to the roof above. Read More 

Benefits Of Upgrading To Slate Roofing

Storm damage is one of the leading causes for roof replacement. This damage can be from wind, hail, rain, snow, or a combination of all of these weather issues. When you face a roof replacement due to storm damage, you may be wondering if the material you currently have can be upgraded to help reduce the chances of damage in the future. The answer is that there are many materials that are durable and can help reduce the chances of storm damage. Read More 

The Pros And Cons Of Having Your Residential Roof Inspected By A Drone

More and more roofing companies are completing roof inspections with the help of a drone. Instead of sending a roofer on top of the roof to complete an inspection, a drone flies around the roof, capturing images of your roof. These images are later uploaded to a computer, where they can be reviewed to look for signs of damage. If you are in need of a roof inspection, you may wonder if using a drone is right for you. Read More