Types of Roof Vents

Types of Roof Vents

The days of naturally ventilating homes are of the past. Natural ventilation did not consider several factors, including moisture in the air. Homes nowadays are air-sealed for energy efficiency. So, natural ventilation becomes quite ineffective in such homes. There...
5 Common Winter Roofing Problems

5 Common Winter Roofing Problems

The winter brings rain, snow and ice, all of which cause problems for roofs throughout the season. Preparing for winter now will help to prevent unnecessary work and problems maintaining your home later. Before you start thinking about salting your driveway and...
What Is A Built-Up Roofing System?

What Is A Built-Up Roofing System?

Built-up roofing is a type of roofing material that is used on low-slope roofs. It is made up of layers of bitumen and reinforcing fabric. Built-up roofing, or BUR, is preferred for flat roofs because it creates a sealed surface. Types of BUR Roofing BUR roofing is...
Pros & Cons of Metal Roofing

Pros & Cons of Metal Roofing

One of the most important aspects of your home is the roof. Not only is it important for aesthetic purposes, but it can also save you from having additional problems such as water coming into your home and causing mold. However, every couple of years, you’re...
Spray Polyurethane Foam Roofing

Spray Polyurethane Foam Roofing

Why is this type of foam roofing ideal for industrial, commercial, construction, and residential facilities that want a long-lasting, efficient, energy-saving, environmentally-friendly, and economic option? Roofing contractors want to use the highest-quality materials...
Single-Ply Membrane Roofing

Single-Ply Membrane Roofing

Single-ply roofing has become the preferred option for companies building properties with flat or low-sloped roofs. They are factory manufactured polymer-based membranes or sheets connected through joints to form a roof, thereby reducing over 80% of on-site labor and...