Welcome to our second Winter blog of the 2019! This time, we will be continuing with the focus on Winter’s weather hazards and providing some solutions that anyone can apply and some that may require a little help from your local roofing company!
Winter is the season packed with holidays, gorgeous snowy views, and fun seasonal activities! However, along with enjoying this season’s greetings, as homeowners, it's important to keep your roof checked and prepared for Winter’s weather hazards. In this blog, we’ll be discussing two common dangers one should be on the lookout for during this time of the year, so that your new year starts with a solid roof over its head!
Last time in part one of the "What Roof is Best for You?" blog series, we covered both slate rooftops and shingle rooftops, as well a few different options when it comes to the color and type! Now in this blog, we'll continue with two different roofing types that may be exactly what you're looking for!
Whether its for a new building project or you simply want to revamp your home, every proper building owner needs a roof suited to their needs and wants. In this blog, we'll be looking at various roof types, all with different materials, strengths, and pricing which could be right for you!
Hail is a natural phenomenon that can hard to prep anything for. Whether that be your vehicle, outdoor furniture, your home, you name it! When a hailstorms rolls through, hail damage affects all of us in some manner. When it comes to our rooftops, it can be an even more impactful nuisance.
Even though PVC membranes makes a great flat roofing and it is installed by a professional network of commercial roofing contractors, it can be susceptible to hail damage. In this article you will learn why the membrane becomes hail damaged, how to spot hail hits, and who is to blame for hail damage.
Almost every residential homeowner at some point during their lifetime will be met with a question that can be confusing or difficult to answer with full confidence:
“What am I going do with this roof?”
This question usually arises after a series of storms pass through, after the first winter in your new home, or even after you first buy an home. If you are looking for help answering this question, or are curious to what your next step should be look no further! Exterior Pro Roofing is here to provide a new series of blogs that will be full of helpful tips and guides to analyzing your shingle roof and what signs to look for!
No matter the job, we here at Exterior Pro Roofing always do out best to assure quality in our work. That’s why in this blog, we’re going to explain just a few of the many preparations, processes, and examinations we perform to provide you with the best roof we can!