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Solar Panels and Your Roof

  The stars in the Texas night sky shine big and bright but that trusty ol’ star that lights up the world during daytime shines awfully bright, too. It is extremely essential and with the advancement of technology, we can now harness its energy to power our homes. For the

Layering, Warranties, and Metal Roofing

  Have you seen your roof lately? It is alright to put off some repairs when the budget is tight but if your roof has leaks, it’s definitely time to call a roofer. Don’t fiddle with your roof problems and risk life and limb just so you can fix it

Is layering shingles a smart thing to do?

  You can layer shingles but is it smart to do so? Installing a second layer of shingles is not uncommon in many parts of the world but homeowners are reminded that everything should be removed once it’s time for the third shingle change. Building codes often allow a second

Should You Get Composite Roofing?

Thinking of getting composite roofing? Before you call a contractor and start picking the shingles for your home, it is a good idea to learn a little bit about composite roofs first. Composite roofing, by definition, is a mishmash of roofing materials blended together to allow better protection from the

Choosing the Right Look for Your Metal Roof and More

Metal roofing is one of the best roofing choices for any homeowner but once you’ve chosen it, you would need to determine which look you want your roof to have. Residential roofing made from metal come in two different styles – panels and shingles. These two are available in a

Why Your Roof Needs Reflective Coating

  Reflective roof coating is a must-have. It extends the lifespan of your roof by mitigating leaks, reducing heat transfer and decreasing heat shock. Apart from these, it can also make your roof look better. Metal roofing, modified bitumen, and other roof types can be coated. If you are unsure

How to Remove Mold from your Roof

  Mold creates unsightly dark streaks on your roof particularly if your roof is made out of light-colored asphalt shingles. This black mold is actually Gloecapsa magma, a bluish green algae commonly found in areas where the climate is warm and humid. WARNING: While we know that you’d want to

Is Corrugated Roofing Right for your Home?

Corrugated steel panels have been around since the 1800s. At the time, panels from this material were popularly used as industrial, agricultural, and commercial roofing systems specifically in the United States. Many would describe them as ugly roofs that were prone to rust but this was no surprise because they

Hot Tin Roof? Not Really

Metal, on its own, can absorb a lot of heat. If a piece of metal is placed under the sun for a long time, you can be sure that it will hot to the touch. Interestingly, metal roofing is quite popular in warm climates. Why is this so? In this

Guide to Choosing the Right Roofing Material for your Home

If you are planning to buy a new roof for your home, you will be given a myriad of possibilities that range from the familiar to the relatively new. In this article, we will sort through a number of roofing materials and take a look at what homeowners should take