Do you own a home with a roof that's been severely damaged by moisture, insects, or a storm? Is the damage serious enough that your entire roof now needs to be replaced? Although it doesn't happen all of the time, it's not completely uncommon for a home to go from suddenly having or seemingly having a perfectly good roof to needing a new roof practically overnight. Fixing the problem can sometimes be frustrating, but there are questions that you can ask to make the process go more smoothly.
- Are you finally thinking about making a major investment into your home? When it comes to remodel projects, you obviously want to invest in upgrades that will have a long-term effect and increase the selling value of your home. Changing the roof is one of the best remodels. It can be a costly investment, but it is one that ultimately pays for itself in many ways. This article looks at two of the top choices for residential roofing products.
- There are many residential roofing products on offer, and choosing the best option can often be a little difficult. That is, homeowners often know how they want their roof to look, but they aren't sure about the durability and maintenance of certain products. This article specifically looks at clay tile roofs. It should help you determine if it is a suitable product for your home. The Shapes and Size of Clay Tiles
- After your home has been damaged in a storm, in addition to the repairs, improvements will help prevent future problems. Some of the improvements may be to protect your home, while others can be to give you better energy performance or just features that you desire. Here are some tips to help you with improvements to do to your roof when repairing storm damage to your home: 1. Using Better Roofing Materials to Prevent Damage
- Metal roofs, especially the popular standing-seam roof, have a number of advantages over asphalt shingles, and they make for a challenging but rewarding DIY project. Before you start gathering your material and preparing your installation, you should be aware of three important factors that may influence not only your choice of materials, but your strategy for installing your roof. The Metal You Want May Not Be Ideal There are many kinds of metal available to install, each with their own distinct appearance.