From a cost performance perspective, which type of material is the best? We recommend asphalt shingles over other roofing materials. Here are some drawbacks to other roofing materials: The biggest drawback to tile is that it’s heavy. The roof truss may not be able to hold the weight and moss can easily grows on it. […]
Every roof is different. We will come to your home to inspect your roof. Our quote is based on square footage, the pitch of roof (The higher the inclination is, the more it will cost), the height of the house (The higher the house is, the more it will cost), roof conditions and other elements […]
Yes. All roofs require annual maintenance to ensure they are free of issues. For more detailed information, see General Guidelines of Roof Maintenance.
Most people think that if a roof doesn’t leak, the maintenance and replacement work will be unnecessary. Similar to our family cars, roofs should be regularly maintained and cleaned. Regular maintenance allows you to check for potential roofing issues such as moss growth, water infiltration, block eaves troughs and more. As for replacement, we need […]
Look for visible yellowish water stains on the interior wall below the skylight. Check for visible yellowish water stains on the ceiling of the second floor. The yellowish water stains on the interior wall of a chimney may serve as a sign of a roof leak or a leak resulted from aged chimney. Presences of […]