1. Is a Leaking Roof Covered by Insurance?

    Is your leaky roof making you want to pull your hair out? Leaky roofs aren’t just annoying; they can also cause real damage to your home. This damage can then affect the value of your home and pose a real financial risk. That’s why it’s crucial to get your roof leak fixed as quickly as possible. However, repairing a leaking roof is expensive, which is why many people want to know if insuranc…Read More

  2. Top 5 Signs Your Home Needs a New Roof

    The average cost of a new roof is $8,000! Most Americans spend anywhere between $5,000 and $11,000, depending on the size of the roof and the material used. Luckily, you’ll earn most of the cost back if you plan to sell your home. New roofs are expected to last between 30 and 100 years, but how do you know when your home needs a new roof? Is there a more accurate way of calculating the new roof …Read More

  3. 5 Questions to Ask Your Roofing Contractor

    For an often forgotten home feature, roofs are quite important! Roofs protect us from harsh snow, whipping wind, pouring rain, and falling debris. While it keeps us safe beneath, the roof is the first defender to all this exposure and can weather over time. In order for the people in the home to be safe and secure, the roof has to be too. Depending on where you live, you will have different concer…Read More

  4. Soffit vs Fascia: What’s the Difference?

    In the fight for your attention, various parts of your house always seem to get ongoing attention. One part people tend to forget about before it's too late is the roof. Roofs are meant to last for up to about 25 years with maintenance. But we often don't give it the maintenance it deserves. One part of that maintenance is the soffit and fascia. But between soffit vs fascia, which is more importan…Read More

  5. Roof Maintenance Tips to Protect Against Extreme Summer Heat and Storms

    It's no secret that Georgia is a warm, sunny place to live, but this is especially true in the dead of summer. Have you ever considered how your roof handles this heat? The truth is that summer is a great time to start taking proactive measures to keep your roof safe and functional. Are you interested in making sure your roof is prepared for upcoming storms and heat that are commonly experienced …Read More

  6. Repair or Replace? Find Out How To Choose What’s Best for Your Roof

    Does your house have a leaky or damaged roof? Has it been a long time since the roof was replaced altogether? If you're not taking good care of your roof, you could be setting yourself up for serious issues, including mold growth and structural deterioration. Have you noticed signs of roof damage? Are you unsure if you should repair or replace it? Read on for some tips that will help you decide w…Read More

  7. What to Expect During a New Roof Installation

    Depending on the material used, a roof only lasts 15-30 years. That means if you're planning on staying in your home for a long time there's going to come a time when you need to have a new roof installed. Instead of trying to figure out how to install a roof yourself, keep reading to learn what the expect during a new roof installation when you work with professionals. Step 1: Removal and Prepa…Read More

  8. How to Prepare for Emergency Roof Repair

    There's no doubt about it. Owning your own home is a great thing. With the number of homeowner households increasing since 2015 in the United States, more and more are realizing the truth of that statement. But with homeownership comes some worries, and one of them is how to protect your home and roof during an emergency. With a record 12 of 30 named storms during the 2020 hurricane season having …Read More

  9. Here’s What to Do With a Leaky Roof

    During the past year in 2020, Georgia experienced at least six major storms or severe weather disturbances. Unfortunately, this can lead to every home owner's worse nightmare — a leaky roof. And of course, when it rains, it pours (no pun intended). A leak in your roof, even a small one, can mean hundreds of dollars in repairs. But, never fear! There are steps you can take to slow this potential…Read More

  10. 6 of the Best Practices for Taking Care of Your Roof

    50 years. That's how long some roofs can last. If you have a wood shake roof, its lifespan is about 3 decades, while fiber cement shingles, as well as asphalt shingle/composition roofs, can last anywhere between 20 to 25 years. Of course, there are factors that can shorten the lifespan of a roof. If your roof isn't properly installed or if you live in an area prone to hailstorms, you might need to…Read More