Which Roof is Right For You?
Replacing a roof is often seen as work that should be done in fair weather. So when homeowners notice their roofs are showing signs of wear in the middle of winter, they often shrug it off and figure they'll get around to it in the spring. But this is not always a smart approach. There are some winter roofing issues that need to be addressed sooner rather than later — or in other words, before the snow stops flying.
As a commercial building owner, especially one that deals with industrial manufacturing, inspections are not only vital but often required by local law. One of the areas that should be part of your seasonal inspection list should be your roofing. If you tend to handle your commercial roofing inspections internally, there are some benefits that may make you want to consider having the inspection done professionally. Here are a few of those benefits and what you need to know about each one.
Choosing a new roof can be a trying ordeal when there are so many options. Is a metal roof right for you, or are shingles a better fit? Or should you opt for something entirely different, like a living roof made up of different types of vegetation? Once the roof is in place, how can you best take care of it and extend its life? This blog will explore the different types of roof options that are available to you, and the different strategies for taking care of a roof once it's in place. Read through for ideas that you can use to apply to your own home.