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Can You Remain in Your Home During The Reroofing Process?

When you decide that it's time to have your roof replaced, it's important to communicate carefully with the roofing contractor. They will help you understand what to expect and how you can prepare for the first day when they arrive on your property. Most importantly, you will need to know whether you will be able to remain in your home during the reroofing process.&nb

Which Drainage System Is Suitable For Your Commercial Flat Roof?

Gravity doesn't usually move water from your commercial flat roof to the ground. So, you'll need a drainage system to prevent leaks or water damage. Commercial roof construction companies offer various flat roof drainage solutions, each with pros and cons. Read on to explore the four drainage systems. Scuppers  With scuppers, commercial roof contractors install a

What You Should Know About Roof Leaks And Flashing

One of the standard repair costs for homeowners involves roof leaks. In many cases, roof leaks are attributed to flashing. Here is a breakdown of what flashing is and how it causes residential roof leaks. What Is Flashing? Flashing keeps your roof sealed to prevent leaks. It is mainly made of galvanized steel. However, flashing can be made of lead, copper, rubber, pla

Which Roofing Types Are The Easiest To Work With? 3 Best Picks

The roof is an essential component of the home construction process. The good news is you have a wide selection of materials if you want to invest in a new roof. That said, you must understand that each material has its pros and cons. Further, you must assess your needs and the weather in your area to choose the ideal material. Here are the three most popular roofing

How To Determine If Commercial Roofing Repairs Are Necessary

If you manage a commercial building, it's important to be aware of the signs that your roof may need repairs. Signs of needed repairs include water leaks, daylight shining through the roof, and missing or cracked shingles. If you see any of these, you should contact a professional roofing contractor for an inspection. Commercial roofing repairs are a complex and speci