A new roof can offer several benefits for your home, including improved curb appeal, increased safety, and a longer lifespan. Another great benefit that a new roof offers is a lower energy bill.[Read more…]
During the coldest months of the year, ice dams can wreck havoc on your roof. As ice and snow melt, an ice dam along the ridge of your roof holds the water in place instead of allowing it to fall from your roof. You don’t have to be a home exterior expert to understand that water sitting on your roof is a very bad situation. The infographic below explains how ice dams form and how to prevent them from developing on your roof.
Roof replacement is arguably the most important home improvement project you will undertake, so it’s important to choose a roofing system that will reliably protect your home from the elements. As a GAF Master Elite® contractor, we offer the full range of GAF roofing products that feature Advanced Protection® Technology. Read on as Exterior Source shares a closer look at how this technology helps protect your home.
Of all forces of nature, wind is the perhaps the most dangerous to your roof. Even the code-compliant roofs are not safe from powerful gales and sustained gusts. If violent winds don’t tear your roof apart, they can send hefty debris, like huge tree limbs, flying into your home.