Comparing Pitched And Flat Roofs

Pitched roofs are by far the most common type of roof available for residential buildings, although flat roofs, usually reserved for larger commercial buildings, have been quickly rising in popularity. Due to the distinctiveness of each type of roof, both flat and pitched roofs carry with them a unique set of advantages and disadvantages. Understanding what both types of roofs have to offer can help you choose the type of roof that best fits your needs. [Read More]

The Best And Worst Roofing Materials For A Gambrel Roof

Gambrel roofs are the type commonly found on barns, cabins, and Dutch Colonial style homes. The roof's architecture features at least two separate sloping sections on two sides of the house. The highest sections also feature the steepest slopes, which makes most of the surface area visible from the ground. Choosing new roofing material for a gambrel roof requires careful consideration of the style's strengths and weaknesses. Ready to meet with a roofing contractor? [Read More]

Three Roof Problems You Should Never Ignore

A damaged roof cannot properly protect your home from the weather. If the issue isn't repaired, the inside of your home will eventually become ruined, too. Below are three roof problems that require immediate attention to prevent further damage to your home. Sagging Roof When your roof sags down toward the center of the structure, it's time to fix your roof. Your roof may sag because the roof deck isn't able to support the weight of the shingles. [Read More]