No one wants to think about roofing issues. It’s right up there with cleaning out or repairing your gutters. What every homeowner really needs to be aware of is that with asphalt roofs you are going to have be ready to make repairs. After a strong storm asphalt shingles are notorious for flying off and this leaves you having to scramble to get your roof replaced. The other issue is that asphalt just doesn’t last. It can require re-roofing every 12 to 20 years, with the average age of roofing replaced in the U.S. being only 17 years.
November 18, 2013Comments Off on Never Worry about your Roof Again–No Matter How bad the Storm
September 3, 2013Comments Off on Who Doesn’t Want a Roof that Can Withstand even the Strongest of Storms?
If you’re sick and tired of dealing with “roofing issues” every time it storms or is windy outside, you need to rethink your asphalt roof. Asphalt is heavily used because of its low cost. The problem is that when you factor in just how many time you are making repairs it really isn’t that great of a deal! Asphalt is pretty much like putting a “band-aid” fix on something because it only has a shelf-life of ten to fifteen years.
August 12, 2013Comments Off on Invest in the LAST roof of your Lifetime
There are so many reasons why metal roofing is becoming more and more popular. For years, this material has been picking up steam with businesses but now metal is becoming the new “go to” material for residential homes as well. So why is it becoming so popular? For starters, a traditional asphalt roof may be cheaper but it doesn’t hold up in high winds or any extreme weather conditions for that matter. Plus, it needs to be replaced every 10-15 years! Who wants to have to get their roof replaced after that small amount of time? Not me!
July 8, 2013Comments Off on Make a SMART Investment & Stop Worrying about your Roof
Stop worrying about your roof every time it storms. Asphalt may be cheaper initially but it just doesn’t hold up. Who wants to replace their roof every 10-15 years? If you’re tired of having to worry about your roof than you need to consider a metal roof. It’s a smart investment that can make a difference in the value of your home, beyond the cost of the roof itself. The results of a study on metal roofing were presented in “Remodeling Magazine,” which found that homeowners who replaced an existing roof with metal recouped 86.7 percent of their cost when it came time to sell their homes. Wow, that’s a great ROI (return on investment.)
April 10, 2013Comments Off on Is your Roof Full of Patch Jobs?
If you are sick and tired of dealing with “roof issues” join the club. Typically when homeowners have roofing problems they are dealing with an asphalt roof. Because asphalt is a cheap roofing option you see them on the majority of homes. As you know, cheap doesn’t always equate to better. A major downside is that they typically only last 10-15 years.