November 13, 2019 0 Comments
The transitional seasons of fall and spring are very comfortable throughout most of the Midwest, but the Northeast experiences very hot, humid summers and cold, snowy winters. Temperatures in the spring are usually warm with breezy, often rainy weather, and the fall brings cool and comfortable weather from mid-October through early December. One of the most important decisions for any home improvement project is the time of year in which you choose to do it. Autumn can be the perfect time to install a new metal roof for several reasons.
November 1, 2019 0 Comments
Property owners throughout the Louisville area are upgrading their homes with new metal roofs, but a surprising number of homeowners and commercial property owners remain under-informed about the benefits of metal roofs. A new metal roof could be a tremendous investment for your home or commercial property in Kentucky. Read the following frequently asked questions and their answers concerning metal roofs in Pennsylvania to stay up to date.
October 27, 2019 0 Comments
If you own residential or commercial property, have you considered the many benefits of installing a new metal roof on your home or commercial building? Metal roofs can offer lasting value and surprising benefits to any type of property owner. The unique installation process for metal roofs is one of the most important parts of any metal roof installation, so it is essential to choose a roofer who has extensive, proven experience with metal roof seaming. Different seaming techniques are necessary for different structural styles and choosing the right roofer can ensure you get lasting value from your new metal roof.
October 20, 2019 0 Comments
Many homeowners and commercial property owners encounter roof problems on a regular basis. Most of these issues relate to traditional asphalt shingle roofs, which under ideal conditions may only last 20 to 30 years at most. Property owners who encounter problems with their roofs should consider the various benefits of investing in metal roofs to replace their asphalt shingle roofs. Metal roofs offer better lifetime cost of ownership and many other perks over asphalt shingle roofs.
October 11, 2019 0 Comments
Many property owners have made the switch to metal roofs because of their tremendous value and low lifetime cost of ownership. Metal roofs can stand up to the variable weather in the Midwest area and provide more reliability and peace of mind than traditional asphalt shingle roofs. They are also the ideal choice for homeowners and commercial property owners looking to take advantage of renewable energy devices like solar panels.
October 4, 2019 0 Comments
Residents of the Akron, OH area typically enjoy a relatively mild climate through most of the year, with very warm summers and cold, snowy winters. Homeowners living in areas with variable yearly weather typically face more challenges when it comes to roof maintenance than those living in areas with more static annual weather. Temperature and humidity changes as well as different forms of precipitation throughout the year can cause several problems for homes’ roofs, especially older homes with roofs that may need repair or replacement.
September 30, 2019 0 Comments
Whether you’re new to your town or have spent your whole life in the area, you’ve likely become accustomed to the similarly quirky, variable weather patterns the city experiences. With warm, sunny summers and damp, snowy winters, it’s important to be prepared for anything.
September 24, 2019 0 Comments
The Dayton area is home to an abundance of interesting activities for families and singles alike. From the Air Force Museum and the birthplace of the Wright brothers to the multiple fine arts and science attractions, there’s always something to do. Better yet, the area’s vast selection of parks, river walks and outdoor music venues offer a great way to use the average 176 days of sun per year to an advantage.
September 13, 2019 0 Comments
Detroit residents know all too well the extremes Mother Nature can bring the area. Whether it’s temperatures dipping below zero into the double digits or triple digits above, howling winds or damp air, the baking sun or torrential rain and snow, Detroit’s weather can wreak havoc on natural features and manmade structures alike.
September 2, 2019 0 Comments
For those who care to look, signs of the fall season in the Northeast are all around us. The air has gradually grown cooler, with some relief from the summer’s heat. Meanwhile, the trickle of farm equipment on the backroads has begun, kids are heading off to school, and homeowners are getting their houses ready for the winter season.