It’s no surprise that the weather can be unpredictable, especially as areas of the United States are currently experiencing unprecedented winter weather right now. Your roof is often the first line of defense to keep your home and family safe during any severe weather event. However, no matter the materials or how well your current roof was installed, there are still numerous ways for Mother Nature to remind you whose…Read More..
Do you need a roof repair or perhaps a total roof replacement? Did a recent hail storm, rainstorm, tornado, or other major weather event damage your home’s roof or other property? Then you’ve likely begun the search for a roofer in your area who can solve your problems. Chances are that you’ve started by doing a standard Google search - but there is so much more to look at and…Read More..
You may notice that a tar and gravel roof is installed on many low-slope or flat roof commercial buildings. Contractors and builders use gravel on flat roofing for two primary reasons; the first is to protect the underlying layer of roofing materials on built-up roofs (BURs), and the second is to secure or weigh down the roofing material, as is the case with single-ply flat roofs. What Are Tar &…Read More..