CertainTeed® has led the residential and commercial roofing industry in environmental stewardship with their commitment not just to finding green and eco-friendly solutions for your building, but also to developing modern innovations that move their products to the future. They are dedicated to coming up with manufacturing, storage and installation processes that are as responsible and as..
Understanding the different parts of a roofing system will help you make better decisions when you decide to repair or replace your current roof. A roof consists of several layers that all work together to keep moisture out of your roof’s structure. Today, we’ll talk about the material that goes on top of your roof’s..
Have you ever wondered why business establishments often have a flat roofing system? There’s more to it than the architectural design. In fact, from a functional standpoint, low-pitched roofs are a good investment for commercial properties. All American Roofing, a leading residential roofing contractor in the area, explains the benefits of flat roofs.
When a storm hits your home, you’re usually confident that your homeowners’ insurance can save you thousands of dollars in potentially repairs. Despite this, insurance isn’t necessarily a cure-all for your problems. You need to avoid common mistakes and pitfalls in your roofing insurance claims.
Choosing the right contractor for your roof replacement project is a daunting task. Several criteria like proper licensing and insurance, however, can help you determine which company is suitable for the job. Once you have selected the one with the most reputable credentials, you can finally sign on the dotted line.
Your roof is a communicative component of your home. It shows visible signs – such as the curling and buckling of shingles or loads of granules in the gutter – when something is wrong. These signs will also let you know when it’s time to get a new roof.
Filing an insurance claim for roof damage is a daunting task because the stakes are high. Your claim could be denied if you commit a single oversight. You can go to arbitration and get a favorable decision if your case is strong, but that can take time. Your home would be exposed to the elements for..