Many homeowners consider their roof a worthwhile investment as it protects their home from the elements all-year-round. All components of your home, however, will sustain damage to some extent eventually. Today, we help you answer the age-old question of whether you should repair or replace your roof.
Always vet contractors before hiring them. The problem is most homeowners just don’t have the time to vet contractors. Fortunately, there are several ways to speed up the vetting process without compromising the results. One of them is to look for certifications and accreditations, which are given by manufacturers and independent non-profits.
Roofing is a significant investment so you must make sure it’s protected by a comprehensive warranty. You can’t always count on your homeowner’s insurance to cover your roof repair costs. Insurance is useful for damage due to extreme weather events. However, if you’re dealing with a defect, that’s when a strong warranty becomes useful.
Roof cleaning; you’ve maybe seen your neighbors do it, and you’ve likely had a roofing services provider recommend it to you. And, yet, some homeowners are still hesitant on having their roof cleaned as they see it as an unnecessary expense. In actuality, however, roof cleaning is actually very necessary as a dirty roof can have some […]
Even when roofs to be replaced are of the same size, those on high-rise buildings are exponentially more difficul to replace – sometimes a project will end up costing up to three times more compared to what a lower-rise property would fetch. Still, new roofing is necessary under certain circumstances. If you’re a property owner or manager […]