Should You Recycle Asphalt Shingles?

Asphalt roofing shingles are the most popular and common type of roofing shingle in North America. Most residential properties, like homes and apartment complexes, use asphalt shingles. If you’ve ever seen a roof get replaced, you know how many old shingles are thrown...

The When, What, and How of Roof Inspections

Performing a roof inspection yourself is something every homeowner should consider. While you can always call a professional out to inspect your roof, you don’t always need to. After a storm, unless you notice damage, you probably don’t need to have a roofer come out...

5 Types of Roofs

If you’ve driven around anytime, we’re sure you’ve seen a variety of roof types and wondered about them. From brightly colored to asphalt or tile, depending on the home type, certain types of roofs might be a better choice to match the aesthetic and bring...

Know What You Need Before You Call a Roofer

Needing a roofer solicits the same response as needing to buy a new car or getting a lawyer. As more consumers are privy to the scams run by roofers, the more cautious they are about reaching out to them. That’s why it’s important to do your research ahead of time,...

Why Does Hail Become So Damaging?

Most hailstorms never product the type of hail that can damage roofs, break windows, destroy cars, and even hurt people. However, every once in a while a damaging hailstorm rolls through an area, and the damage to both people and property skyrocket. While hailstorms...

What Do You Do If Your Roof is Leaking?

It always happens at the worst time. It’s raining outside and you quickly find that it’s raining inside too. Roof leaks are common in homes across America, and without proper maintenance, damage to your roof can lead to costly repairs later on down the road. The last...