Keeping your roof in good shape need not be such a complicated task. While roofs do require periodic maintenance from an experienced roofing company, there are some things that you can do yourself to ensure that they last you a long time. In today’s post, your friends over at Century Roofing and Siding Ltd. shares three […]
When it comes to any type of roofing job, there are many decisions that you have to make and probably one of the most important ones is who you decide to work with. Finding a good contractor that matches your needs is essential to the success of a roofing project. But how exactly do you go about […]
Your roof is more than just your asphalt shingles. It is actually an entire system composed of several components that all work together to protect you and your family. One of the key components of your roofing system is the soffits. But what exactly are they and why is it important to keep them in […]
When it comes to settling payments with your roofing company, cash is king. If you can save up enough before taking on a roofing project, you won’t have to worry about payments once the work is completed. Unfortunately, as great as paying full in cash is, it’s not always available to many homeowners. Thankfully, if you’re […]
It’s important for a commercial property to have all its components functioning in perfect condition to help the company operating inside to maximize their profits. This is why it’s highly recommended to have your commercial roof inspected by a roofing contractor. Keeping the Roof Clean One of the most basic forms of commercial roof maintenance is […]
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.
The roof over your head is your first line of defense against rain and snow. That said, it’s one of the parts of your home that get exposed the most to moisture. The rooftop, your gutters and everything underneath are always exposed to water–and eventually, this will cause some wear and tear on some of […]