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Santa's Landing Pad: A Roofing Blog

Why do you need a strong roof on your home? To support Santa's sleigh, of course! In a more realistic sense, however, a strong roof is important for your home's protection. It keeps the wind and rain outside, and it also insulates your home against the chill of winter and the heat of summer. Most people think of roofs as being made from shingles, but roofers can make a strong roof from slate, tile, metal, or an array of other materials, too. We hope that as you read this roofing blog, you gain a lot of knowledge about the profession and about roofs in general.

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Why More Homeowners Are Gravitating Towards Flat Roofs
6 July 2021

Traditionally used on commercial and industrial pr

Why Your Roof Could Be Leaking And Why Timely Roof Repair Services Are Critical
14 April 2021

Your roof can develop various problems with time.

3Important Commercial Roof Maintenance Tasks
6 April 2021

All that is standing between your commercial space

Roof Replacement After Mold Remediation: How This Process Works
31 March 2021

Finding mold in your attic is never a good thing.

4 Roof Replacement Facts That You Should Know Before Investing In A New Roof
31 March 2021

It may be time to have the roof replaced on your h

Five Ways Dead Leaves Damage Your Roof

If you have trees overhanging your home, you may be surprised to learn that the dropping leaves can be a major hazard to your roof. The following are a few kinds of damage that leaf debris can cause. 1. Trapped Moisture Piles of dead leaves on the roof trap moisture. In fact, the leaves can become quite saturated in humid or rainy weather. Not only does this moisture sit on top of the roof, but it can also creep beneath the shingles. Read More 

Commercial Roofing Information For Business Leaders

Commercial roofing is a part of your business's building that you may not always give the level of attention that it needs. More specifically, business leaders can make a series of critical mistakes that could greatly increase the chances of their business's roof suffering a problem that could result in the need for major repairs to the building and even potentially the closure of the business until this work is done. Read More 

Why Metal Is A Top Choice Of Roofing Material For Your Residential Building

There are many roofing materials available in today's construction market, but some stand out more than others due to their unique qualities and features.  One of the roofing options favored for homes is metal roofing. This type of residential roofing has gained a lot of popularity since it was first introduced into the market because of the many practical benefits that it provides to homeowners and roofers alike.  Stick around to learn about the various advantages of metal roofing for homes. Read More 

Animals And Roof Damage: A Homeowner’s Guide

Animals can wreak havoc on your roof, causing everything from internal damage to your attic to external damage to shingles, cladding, and eaves. Learn about the damage some animals can do and how to prevent it. Squirrels Squirrels are one of the most common animals to damage roofs in both urban and suburban settings. Generally, the damage is caused when squirrels chew through wood eaves or pry up shingles while trying to find food or shelter. Read More 

A Look at How a Spray Foam Roof Might Be Installed on Your House

A foam roof could be perfect for your home with a flat roof. Foam roofing is used on commercial and industrial buildings because it's so durable and it has a long life. Whether you have a built-up roof or membrane roof now, you could easily make the switch to foam. Here's a look at how a foam roofing system is installed. Prepare The Roof For The Foam It's important to prepare the roof properly so the foam adheres well. Read More