Has it been numerous years since you last climbed on top of your roof to determine the condition that it is in? You must understand that all it takes is strong wind speeds to put a shingle roof in a condition in which it can become severely damaged in a short time. For example, wind can knock shingles off of the deck without you knowing until severe problems develop. It is in your best interest to pay a professional to inspect your roof to find out if it has become damaged over the years so repairs can be made. [Read More]
3 Mistakes You Don't Want To Make When Getting A Roof Estimate
Bringing in a roofing contractor to provide an estimate on a new roof isn't just as simple as making a phone call. You want to be sure that you are properly prepared so that you can get the correct quote for your specific roofing needs. The following are a few mistakes that you want to avoid when scheduling a quote. #1: Ignoring roof accessibility The contractor will come prepared to access your roof in order to give a proper quote. [Read More]
Tips For Easy Asphalt Shingle Removal
If you need a new asphalt shingle roof, then you may be thinking of installing the roof yourself. You also may be thinking about cutting costs by removing the shingles from the roof and then asking a professional to do the new roof installation. If you do this, then you should know that shingle removal is hard and difficult work. However, there are a few tips that you can follow to make the job a bit easier. [Read More]
Should You Replace Your Roof Before Selling Your Home?
If the time has come to put your home on the market, then you may not be sure what to do about the aging roof. You could replace the roof before selling the home, or you could list the home as-is. Both of these options have their pros and cons, and you'll have to determine for yourself which approach is better suited to your financial situation and the housing market in your area. [Read More]