Patching An Asphalt Tar Roof

If you have a roof made from alternating layers of asphalt tar and felt paper, you may be able to make repairs on your own. It is not uncommon to develop isolated leaks before there is a need to replace the entire roof; thus, patching a leak can help to extend the life of your roof and save you money by avoiding the cost of replacing your entire roof. Making repairs is not a highly technical nor difficult process, so as long as you know what you are doing, you should be able to make repairs on your own. [Read More]

Maintaining A Solid Roof

The roof of your home does much more than just keep the rain and snow off of your head. The roof is an integral part of the structural stability of your home. It is very important that your roof is well maintained, or it can start to leak and even lessen the structural stability of the house. Here are a few different things that you can do to keep your roof in great shape. [Read More]

Protect Your Roof: 3 Easy Steps To Prevent Costly Damage

 If it's been a while since you looked at your roof, you might want to do that right now. When it comes to home maintenance, the roof is often the most overlooked area of the home. Unfortunately, that can lead to a lot of costly problems that could have been avoided with proper maintenance. Here are three simple tips that will help protect your roof, and prevent costly damage. Repair Your Rain Gutters [Read More]

Evaluating Roof Damage After A Severe Thunderstorm

Rainfall plays a critical role in helping to replenish water supplies, but too much rain in a short period of time can wreak havoc on the structural integrity of your home. If you live in an area that is prone to severe thunderstorms, then you need to learn to evaluate your roof for damage after each storm passes. Identifying and repairing storm damage as quickly as possible will help your home's roofing system perform properly in the future. [Read More]