Category: roofer Posts
Each commercial housetop material has its benefits and a specialized purpose. When choosing a commercial housetop, it is important to consider how the material will stand up over time to the type of weather that you'll be experiencing the most - high heat or heavy rain, for example. Here are five different types of the commercial housetop and their respective benefits
Posted on June 18, 2022
Energy-saving roof materials have been around for quite some time. These coatings reflect the sun and disperse thermal-infrared light at a high rate thus lowering cooling costs during hot weather. However, when the weather is cold these coatings continue to radiate heat therefore increasing heating costs.
Posted on May 19, 2022
Thanks to new technology that has made the process simpler than ever, you can now turn your roof into a solar panel without complications, thanks to new technology that has made the process simpler than ever! In the past, converting a roof into a solar panel was a complicated and expensive process. But now, with new innovations in solar technology, it's easier than ever to go green and start generating your own energy.
Posted on February 18, 2022
Homeowners and construction companies continue to develop buildings for either residential or commercial purposes. The choice for the type of roofing depends on the client and can include traditional slate, flat or EPDM model. Clients prefer flat ceilings when constructing conservatory or house extensions because they are affordable and easier to maintain. When the structures are for commercial purposes, the developer can choose to install high-quality materials that can last the design for over twenty years with proper maintenance. The maintenance of the structures includes performing operations that can increase their durability. The following tips can help you maintain a flat slate to achieve a longer lifespan.
Posted on July 26, 2021
One significant thing homeowners must consider when purchasing a home is the upkeep and maintenance required to protect and preserve their assets. From the water pipes to the roof, you want it in excellent condition to serve its purpose for the entire household. The housetop is an essential part of the home you must maintain regularly to prevent unexpected expenses for repairs and replacements. Whether your top covering is asphalt shingles, solar tiles, or metal, you can prolong its life expectancy with proper care and maintenance.
Posted on June 29, 2021
A class-action lawsuit strikes Tesla once more after another of their solar roof customers reports them over hiking prices. According to the complainants, the newly filed suit represents everyone affected by the hike in costs against the original agreement. Even though the actual number is not known, the US District Court in the Northern District of California received eight more filed complaints this week, indicating that the number of those distressed on this issue continues to increase significantly.
Posted on June 27, 2021
Rain, hail, wind, all things that can damage a roof. When building a home or replacing a roof, the choice of roofing materials may be confusing. Understanding what each material offers is key to choosing the right one, and can sometimes lead to energy savings.
Posted on March 25, 2021
The roof is an important component of a house. It offers protection and helps with the structure. The problem is your rooftop can't last forever. The following will help you find out how long your rooftop might last.
Posted on February 24, 2021
A good residential roof crowns your home by giving it an attractive appearance and protects you and all your belongings from harsh weather elements, such as rain, wind, snow, and hail. However, their position as the first line of defense against harmful materials makes them vulnerable to damage, meaning you need to give them special care and attention to ensure they remain at their best. As time passes by, your top may start to deteriorate. The shingles may crack, fall off, curve, or develop other problems due to constant exposure to elements. Consequently, it may begin to leak, and the infiltrated water can cause damage to your house's interior or result in other issues, including wood rot, mold, and mildew development.
Posted on February 15, 2021