In siding installation, it’s general knowledge that it would be far easier to simply choose one material for the entire thing. Plus, the advantage is that the design would be uniform throughout, contributing to visual consistency. That said, some adventurous homeowners use multiple textures in siding. The question is—is this really advisable?
You’ve probably encountered it yourself. In any neighborhood, some roofs look dilapidated, while the next-door neighbor’s look good as new. And the thing is, they were installed at the same time, by the same roofing and siding contractor, using the same materials. What happened, then? In today’s post, Century Roofing and Siding explores the most […]
You’re reading this, so you might probably be aware of the merits of maintaining your roof and the costs of ignoring it. That said, some parts of the roof still get ignored even in an age where countless articles are protesting otherwise. Two of these parts are the soffit and the fascia.
Imagine having problems with your roof in winter. Not only will the cold seep through unsealed gaps but you will also be exposed to leaks when the snow melts over your roof. Most people grin and bear it, however, and wait for spring to undertake roof replacement. Not many people know, however, that you can […]
Roof leaks can be very frustrating. And the more you ignore them, the more extensive and expensive the damage can get. In this post, Century Roofing and Siding shares some quick tips on how you can prevent leaks in commercial roofing.
If you’re preparing for the installation of your new siding, you might already have encountered the option of adding a house wrap. This topic can be a little confusing, especially since the purpose of house wraps can vary.
Snow removal is a task that shouldn’t be neglected by homeowners with flat roofing or roofs that are prone to ice dams. According to experts, letting snow accumulate on your roof can make it vulnerable to collapse.
You’re probably no longer a stranger to ice dams. But even though they are a common problem in colder regions, you can still take a few measures to prevent icicles from forming along the margins of your roof.
Roof maintenance helps keep your commercial roof in good shape. You must care for your roof to ensure the protection and safety of its occupants. Even what appears to be a minor issue can speed up the wear of the system.
Winter weather can make your home’s roof prone to damage. Snow and ice, as well as freeze and thaw cycles, can cause several issues that can result in significant roof repair costs.