How To Make Your Metal Roof Last As Long As Possible

Your metal roof can last much longer than other roofing options. While it is not indestructible, it is much more durable than other roofing options. If you would like your roof to last even longer, there are several things you should do. Inspect Your Roof Regularly Make sure that your metal roof is inspected at least twice a year. If you have had a severe weather event, you should consider having your roof inspected even more often. [Read More]

The Most Energy-Efficient Roofing Materials

The rising dangers of climate change mean we can no longer ignore the choices we make that will affect our planet's climate. It's more important than ever to recycle, reuse, choose energy-efficient materials, and promote energy-efficient practices. This applies to a lot of different areas in our lives, but one area is often overlooked: the roof of your home or business. Choosing an energy-efficient roofing material can drastically reduce the amount of energy expended in heating and cooling your building. [Read More]

Different Ways To Add Texture And Style To Your Roof

If you are going to install a roofing tile, shingle, or shake, you have to look beyond the individual tile and the material it is made out of. That is, you have to look at how the product looks once it is installed on your roof, not just how the individual pieces look. The fact of the matter is, shape and texture of the tile will greatly influence the finished look. [Read More]

Three Common Types Of Roofing Shingles

Shingles are one of the most common styles for roofing materials to be made out of, since their overlapping installation creates a waterproof and durable membrane that holds the entire roof together, and their small size means that they are easier to move and install when compared to larger roofing panels. However, different types of roofing materials give roofing shingles distinct sets of advantages and disadvantages. Understanding some of the differences between the most common types of roofing shingles can help you decide which type of roofing shingle is the best fit for your roofing needs. [Read More]