Jan 28, 2019
Depending on the type of roof you have, you can expect it to last anywhere from 20 to 50 years.
Jan 07, 2019
Does your homeowner’s insurance policy cover roof repairs or replacement as the result of ice dams? While a quick perusal of the internet may lead you to believe, “yes” it’s worth a call to your insurance carrier to verify.
Nov 05, 2018
On most roofs, snow doesn’t accumulate evenly. Various factors affect exactly how snow builds up, including the weather, the roof’s architecture and material, and whether the structure is sheltered or in the open. If there are six inches or more of buildup in any of the following areas, it’s time to schedule residential snow removal for your roof.
Oct 29, 2018
When you own a home in New Hampshire, you expect to deal with snow removal in the wintertime. One area where snow tends to pile up in a hazardous and difficult to access way is the roof. Hiring a professional experienced in residential snow removal may seem like an unnecessary expense, but it can save you money over the long term on costs related to:
Oct 22, 2018
Winter can be an amazing time of year. Snowball fights, walks in the evening stillness, and sledding are all part of the fun. However, your roof may not like the snow as much as you do! Here’s what you need to know about when to remove snow, how to remove snow, and when it’s time to work with a professional for residential snow removal.
Apr 19, 2016
Ice dams – and the water leaks they cause – are a constant threat to sloped roofing systems in colder climates. Unfortunately these pesky ice dams, an effect of winter’s freeze-thaw cycles, are not always preventable or fully diagnosable. To help prevent the negative effects of ice dams – roof leaks – during the cold months, it is important to have your roofing system installed in a way that exceeds code regulations. After all, the roofs most susceptible to leakage after the formation of an ice dams are those that have been poorly built or poorly designed. How Ice Dams […]
Feb 12, 2015
J. Carnes & Son Roofing Earns Esteemed 2014 Angie’s List Super Service Award Award reflects company’s consistently high level of customer service J. Carnes & Son Roofing has earned the service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award, reflecting an exemplary year of service provided to members of the local services marketplace and consumer review site in 2014. “We are extremely proud of this award as it reinforces our mission to work with dedication and integrity while setting the benchmark as a leader in our trade. We take pride in each and every job treating our customers’ homes like we […]
Let’s face it: New England has rough winters and your roof takes the brunt of the beating. Storm damage based on inclimate weather consistently plagues our area, so we’d like to provide you with some tips on how to recognize and repair your roof with as little stress as possible. Check out our helpful guide to storm damage below. Visible Signs Of Roof Damage Due To A Storm Water damage Water leakage Loss of granules and pock marks Cracked shingles missing shingles What to Do When You Discover Storm Damage Do you have a water leakage? If so, remove all […]
GAF Materials Corporation, North America’s largest roofing and ventilation manufacturer announced changes to it’s laminated shingle warranties. Effective immediately, every GAF laminated shingle installed after January 1, 2011 is covered by a Lifetime limited warranty. This applies to all shingles in packages marked with a 30 or 40 year warranty regardless of what the language on the wrapper states. GAF will no longer offer any laminated shingles with just a 30-year or 40-year warranty, a first for any roofing manufacturer. GAF states that this revolutionary change has been made possible by their Advanced Protection Technology, which was first introduced in 2007. […]
Chances are the overall condition of your roof is not something you think about on a daily basis. It’s one of those things that we take for granted because it is not in our direct line of vision. And if it is not leaking, it must be fine. On the other hand, if it starts leaking it demands 100 percent of your attention. Unfortunately the real truth of the matter is every roof whether it leaks or not requires attention periodically. It would be ideal to have a new roof installed and never have to give it another thought. Problem […]