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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

Why More Homeowners Are Gravitating Towards Flat Roofs

Traditionally used on commercial and industrial projects, flat roofs are increasingly being seen on residential buildings. More homeowners are discovering the advantages they can reap from building low-sloped roofs. Highlighted below are some of the top reasons why modern homeowners are increasingly opting for flat roofs. Continue reading to explore some of the top benefits that flat roofs can bring. Lower Upfront Cost The greatest advantage of a flat roof is the upfront cost. Read More 

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

Your roof can develop various problems with time. Some of the roofing problems you may experience include damaged flashing, blown-off shingles, failing granules, and rotting soffit. However, dealing with roof leaks is perhaps the worst of the roofing problems any homeowner can experience.  With a leaking roof, you will need several drip basins or buckets whenever it rains. It's wrong to take roof leaks lightly because they sometimes indicate there's a bigger roofing problem to address. Read More 

3Important Commercial Roof Maintenance Tasks

All that is standing between your commercial space and the elements is the roof on your building. Commercial roofs provide essential protection for employees, customers, and valuable assets housed within a commercial building at any given time. A commercial roof failure has the potential to financially cripple your business. Many major commercial roof failures start as small issues that could easily be repaired by an experienced roofing technician. It's important that you identify some of the critical maintenance you should be providing your commercial roof so that you can extend the lifespan of your roofing materials well into the future. Read More 

Roof Replacement After Mold Remediation: How This Process Works

Finding mold in your attic is never a good thing. When it has taken over most of the wood that makes up your roof, that is even worse. Despite the efforts of mold remediation specialists to remove that mold, you might still be faced with having to replace part or all of your roof. Here is how this process proceeds.  Mold Is Removed First Even if you find that you have to repair or replace a portion of your roof, the mold still has to be removed to prevent it from spreading to the new roof sections and spreading to any older parts of the roof not currently affected. Read More 

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

It may be time to have the roof replaced on your home, but perhaps you are not sure where to start. First, you'll want to have your roof inspected to decide whether it is worth repairing or if it is time to invest in a replacement. In addition, you'll want to consider the cost of materials and labor, as well as how you are going to pay for your project. If there is damage that could be covered by insurance policies, then you may want to make a claim to have the work done. Read More