Depending on the material and quality of your roofing, its life span can range from 10 to 25 years on average. However, varying factors can still affect the longevity of your roof. In this post, CQ Construction & Roofing discusses some of the most common reasons for roof failure. We also share a few tips on how you can ensure your roofing will last through its expected life span. [Read more…]
Roof repair or replacement projects are daunting tasks for any building owner to undertake because it’s a significant investment to make that shouldn’t have any margin for error. When it comes to roof replacements, most building owners put too much stock on choosing the right system. While this is an important factor in roofing projects, it’s not the only one that should be considered.
According to experts from CQ Construction & Roofing, other factors you should be mindful of include:
If your home is situated in an area with a warm climate, you may be surprised to learn that your options in terms of roofing materials are somewhat limited. This is because there are some roofs that aren’t designed to withstand the heat in these areas, causing them to deteriorate earlier than expected and driving up the energy costs of the home. Thankfully, there are a few roofing materials that can suit warm areas just fine.
Here, the trusted roof inspection professionals of CQ Construction & Roofing enumerate the four roofing materials suitable for homes in warmer climates.
Church roofs have features that are quite different from your usual commercial and residential roofs. Repair and maintenance can be a challenge and can only be done by trained professionals.