Sooner or later, homeowners will be faced with handling a new roof construction to replace their old one. Even the most modern and highest-rated roofs will eventually reach the end of their estimated life span and succumb to the normal wear and tear of time. Of course, depending on the material you choose, this life span can last between 20 and 100 years.[Read more…]
While flat roofing membranes are designed to withstand constant exposure to the harsh Florida sun, roofing contractors and experts still warn homeowners and property managers about potential problems heat can cause. Felt and bitumen-based roofing systems are particularly prone to heat-related issues so it’s important to take extra precautions to keep them well protected.[Read more…]
During a roof replacement project, you can expect your roofing contractors to do almost all the work. From hashing out the details with you during the planning stage, to helping you choose the right color, material, and style of your brand-new roof, right down to clearing up the work area after everything is finished, your contractors are there so you can relax and enjoy the safety of your roof with as little stress as possible.[Read more…]
Does your home’s attic get too hot during the summer season? Too much heat in that area of the home can cause problems with your home’s energy efficiency and even create problems related to overheating such as warping in certain materials. This is why our new roof construction specialists have a few tips on how to keep your attic cool during the hottest time of the year.
According to experts, a typical roof has to be inspected twice a year for signs of damage or problems. Since trying to inspect the roof on your own can be ineffective (and dangerous), it’s always better to call for help from certified experts. Today, we’ll take a look at how roofing contractors carry out a professional roof inspection.