Fixing Your Roof - Repair Or Replace It
When it comes to fixing your roof, there is never a short, sweet, and simple decision to make. When problems arise, you have to ask yourself what your roof needs. Solutions can vary from a repair, a partial replacement, to a full roof replacement. Fortunately for you, these aren't decisions you have to make on your own-- in fact, it's recommended that you don't make these decisions on your own.
The first thing to do when any problems arise is to call a professional to inspect yo...
3 Tips to Prepare Your Roof For Fall
Your roof is your home's first line of defense against falling debris, the elements and various weather conditions. Regular maintenance is often neglected until the roof presents a leak or other issue. A well-maintained roof prevents costly repairs, water leaks, structural damage, and ensures you get the most out of your investment. Fall weather in Georgia comes with dead leaves and plant debris that can pile up, clog your gutters and cause roof leaks. Read on to learn about some basic tips t...
How Severe Weather Impacts Your Roof
It's no secret that spring storms in Georgia can be quite severe and wreak havoc on our yards and homes. But, how exactly can inclement weather impact the roof on your home?
Heavy rainfall is common in Metro Atlanta and the surrounding communities. Unfortunately, rain can lead to water damage by loosening and damaging shingles, which can lead to costly repairs if not fixed immediately. After a heavy rainstorm, check for any standing water on your roof as this ca...
Common Causes for Roof Leaks and What You Should Do About Them
A roof leak often indicates a larger roofing issue. If you experience a leak, don't delay. As with most things, the longer you let a problem go the worse it gets. When issues are resolved quickly, the repairs are less expensive than letting an issue proceed to get worse and cause further damage which in turn creates more expense.
Top 3 Roofing Tips to Remember This Summer
When the weather begins to warm up, it is a sure sign that it's time for some summer cleaning. This cleaning should also include making sure your roof is well maintained and ready for the remainder of the summer months. Here are some top 3 roofing tips to remember as the harshest summer weather hits.
Make Sure to Clean the Roof and Gutters
4 Tips For Preparing Your Roof For Spring
Winter can be hard on your home, so spring cleaning shouldn't just apply to organizing the infamous junk drawer and clearing out old clothes you don't wear anymore. As the weather gets warmer, and you head outside to work in your yard, don't neglect your roof. Catching potential issues and fixing problems early, could save you money, and a headache, down the road.
1. Clean Roof Surface
Remove any debris that has collected on the roof during the wi...