November 6, 2020 0 Comments
Winter is approaching quickly, and if you live in New York, you know that means snowstorms will soon be arriving. These storms not only create messy road conditions and icy sidewalks, they also have a heavy impact on your roof. Throughout Rochester, homeowners realize the many benefits of having a metal roof during the harsh winter weather. If you have considered installing a metal roof on your home, now is the time to act. You will begin to see the benefits in the next few months and continue to enjoy the protection that a metal roof offers for many years to come.
October 26, 2020 0 Comments
When you live in Detroit Michigan, snow is part of the joy of winter life. Unfortunately, the beautiful snow that creates such a winter wonderland can also have extremely damaging effects on your roof. If it’s time to replace your old roof, you should consider a new metal roof, as it has many advantages over asphalt shingles and other roofing materials. Metal roofs can make the snow and ice of the season much easier to remove, too.
October 12, 2020 0 Comments
Installing Skylights in Your Metal Roof Improves the Beauty of Your Home Without Diminishing Energy Efficiency
Have you always looked at skylights in other homes with a bit of envy in your heart? They allow you to enjoy the night sky from the comfort of your own home and help flood your house with natural light during the day. But you may have always wondered how they affect the energy efficiency of your home. Metal roof owners are especially leery, because they know that their roofing material provides optimal energy-efficiency, and they don’t want to jeopardize the savings they see on their utility bills by installing skylights. Look at these benefits of having skylights in your home, and reasons why you don’t need to worry about your energy costs rising if you have them installed in your metal roof.
October 5, 2020 0 Comments
Fall Is a Great Time to Install a New Metal Roof in Springfield and Save on Your Winter Energy Bills
The old adage, “if it isn’t broke, don’t fix it,” isn’t one to follow when your roof starts to go. You don’t want to wait until your roof is damaged and causing harm to your Springfield home before you have it taken care of.
September 26, 2020 0 Comments
The decision to put a new roof on your home is one of the most significant investments you can make into your property. Not only is your roof the single largest component that keeps your home and possessions safe and dry, but it’s also one of the biggest financial investments you’ll undertake while on your homeownership journey. Thus, it’s very important to make a roofing decision that will provide you with a significant return on your investment (ROI).
September 19, 2020 0 Comments
While the durability and longevity of metal roofs have become near-legendary among metal roofing enthusiasts, contractors, and Rochester homeowners alike, some false assumptions about metal roofs have become almost infamous as well. In fact, there are a number of misconceptions out there regarding metal roofs, but the most prominent remains. Are metal roofs noisy?
September 12, 2020 0 Comments
If you’ve made the decision to install a metal roof on your home, you’ve likely done so to take advantage of the numerous benefits a metal roof can offer. The superior durability of a metal roof means your roof will be extremely resistant to the elements without diminishing in its protection of your home and your possessions. In addition, metal roofs provide enhanced water resistance and energy conservation over other roofing types. Best of all, you can expect your new metal roof to last fifty years, or even longer due to the quality of the metal materials available on the market today.
September 4, 2020 0 Comments
When you decide to install a durable, long-lasting metal roof to add superior waterproofing, fire resistance, and value to your Knoxville home, you’ll need to make a variety of choices regarding your roof’s appearance, including color, panel type, gauge, and more. However, one aspect of your metal roofing system you may have overlooked is the roof’s underlayment – the water-resistant material installed between your metal roof and the roof deck below. Underlayment can take many forms but is always a relatively thin, flexible layer designed to enhance your roof’s protective capabilities.
This additional layer is required in most building codes, and some even specify which type of underlayment must be used. In addition, some roofing types require the use of underlayment to ensure warranty protection – if you choose not to use underlayment in these situations, your roof’s warranty may be void. Even if your municipality or warranty provisions do not specifically require underlayment, we recommend its use for the multiple benefits it can bring to your roof.
August 29, 2020 0 Comments
Contacting a roofing company for an estimate on replacement can be an intimidating experience. You know going into it that this is going to be a huge investment in your home, but since most people only have a roof installed a few times in their life, most don’t know much about the process or what they should expect in their roofing estimate. When you hire a trusted, reputable roofing contractor, you can typically feel comfortable with their suggestions, and trust that they are looking out for your best interests. But since it is always wise for a consumer to be as informed as possible, consider these factors you should be aware of when you get a roofing estimate.
August 22, 2020 0 Comments
You may be concerned about the effect that summer storms have had on your New York roof, and that is a very valid concern, but have you considered the negative impact that the sun’s UV rays and the summer heat may have had on your home’s most important layer of protection? These factors, along with the fluctuations in temperature between day and night, can cause thermal shock and have a devastating effect on your roof. If you are lucky enough to have shade trees that tower over your home, they will offer some protection, but if not, you should begin to think about the ways that the summer heat can be damaging your roof.