5 Tips to help Your Roof Withstand The Winter

Is your roof ready to withstand the stressors of winter?

Your roof is hugely important to your home’s structure. Roof problems can quickly become problems in a multitude of other areas – such as water damage or molding.

Take care of your roof now and minimize damage in the winter months.

To keep your roof in the best condition and avoid costly mid-winter repairs, you need to conduct a round of maintenance before the winter weather hits. If you do these tasks while the weather is still mild, you can save yourself trouble down the road.

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How To Choose A Commercial Roofing Contractor

In cities and towns where businesses proliferate, commercial roofing is in high demand. In Georgia, for example, competing roofing companies offer varying quotes on the price of new roofs. Some of these companies serve local communities while others franchise throughout various regions. For the new roofing customer, the options can be somewhat confusing.

In order to choose the right roofing company, you need to examine the contractor’s reputation, the base of operation and ties to your local community. Also, the company must be willing to offer a quote and make their terms, licensing and warranty policies clear and understandable when you first make contact. Finally, the company must have a track record for quality work with the types of roofing materials that would best suit the design and structure of your building.


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The Importance Of Roof Maintenance

This article will give you some examples of why it is imperative to keep proper maintenance on your roof. RPI helps you retain the structure and design of your roof, keeping your risks low, save some money, and how we can find problems before they occur. This is as important for residential roofing as it is for commercial. 

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Roof Energy Efficiency: What Is SRI, and What Else Matters?

Solar Reflectance Index (SRI) is the measure of any roof’s ability to reject heat from the sun based on the temperature rise. It’s usually associated with color since hues absorb infrared light differently. Generally expressed in a range of 0 to 100, the standard black is 0, and the standard white is 100. In some instances, though, extremely hot roofs have negative values while extremely cool ones can score as high as 110.

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Getting the Best Work From Your Contractor

As a homeowner embarking on your home improvement journey, it is well within your duties and responsibilities to be on top of every aspect of the project, whether it’s a small-scale roof repair or a major overhaul. With the success of the repair at stake, here are some ways to ensure that you’re getting the best work from your contactor.

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