Roofing

What You Need to Know about Low Slope Roof Maintenance

What You Need to Know about Low Slope Roof Maintenance

The proper maintenance of your low slope roof can increase its lifespan and enhance its overall effectiveness. If your commercial building features a low slope roof, there are steps you can follow for maintaining it, ensuring its year-around performance, all while protecting the rest of your structure.

When is the Best time for Low Slope Roof Repairs?

When is the Best time for Low Slope Roof Repairs?

While flat roofs have slopes up to 2 inches per foot, low slope roofs have pitches of 2 or 3 inches per foot. Both types of roofing are subject to leaks, especially as they age. One way to tell if it’s time for a low slope roof repair is to ask yourself when the roof was last inspected. If the answer is “decades ago” or “can’t remember,” it’s time for at least an inspection. 

3 Benefits Of The Owens Corning Roof System

When you look at your roof, it’s easy to assume it’s one big, single piece. It just goes to show you there’s more to a roof than meets the eye. When the roof is manufactured by Owens Corning, it features an integrated system of layers and components which helps it perform in three critical ways: sealing, defending, and breathing.

How To Understand Your Roof Warranty

How To Understand Your Roof Warranty

Warranties, in general, can be difficult to understand due to complex legal wording which isn’t readily interpreted by the common person. Your roofer should be able to answer any simple question about a warranty – what it covers or how long it lasts. If not, you need another roofer who communicates more clearly.

How to Hire a Roofing Contractor for your Home

How to Hire a Roofing Contractor for your Home

Hiring a roofing contractor can be a challenging and daunting task. Don’t feel alone, many homeowners share this anxiety over choosing a roofer. The problem is most homeowners don’t really understand how roofing systems really work. Unless you’ve taken the time to educate yourself about roofing products and installation methods you probably don’t know the right questions to ask and can’t tell if a roofing contractor is pulling the wool over your eyes.