Professionally conducted roof maintenance is an important part of roofing care. By proactively looking for potential roofing problems before they could become bigger ones, you save on roof repair costs. Here’s what happens during a typical roof maintenance visit.
Even with proper maintenance and timely roof repair, your roof will eventually reach the end of its service life. As a homeowner, it’s important to keep an eye out for signs that indicate you need a new roof. All Angles Covered shares these signs:
Residential roofing contractors like us can never place enough emphasis on proper roofing design. Attic ventilation, in particular, is an important yet often overlooked part of a roofing system. All Angles Covered shares an in-depth look at how important attic ventilation is.
There are different roofing options for homes and businesses. Steel is one of the best options. It’s an affordable material that can be manufactured to mimic other, more expensive options for residential or commercial roofing. One notable type of steel roofing is called Galvalume®. It’s a popular alternative to the typical galvanized steel roof. So, […]
An old or a badly damaged roof is usually a candidate for replacement, especially when repairs costs have become extremely expensive. The decision you have to make now is whether you should have your old roof completely torn off or have new shingles installed over it.