1. Hazards of Roof Leaks

    Having a leak in your roof can sound more like an expensive inconvenience than anything else, but it’s important to note that a leaky roof can be hazardous to you and your family. there are several very serious hazards to having roof leaks. Having rain consistently penetrate your home’s most important physical barrier can do tremendous damage, and not just to your pocketbook. Mold Where there…Read More

  2. Calculating Return on Your Roof Investment

    As it relates to a home, the phrase “roof over your head” usually calls to mind thoughts of comfort, protection, and physical security. But it can also reflect another type of security—the financial kind. As long as a roof keeps rain out and isn’t riddled with holes from the latest hailstorm, let’s face it, the roof is often taken for granted. And nothing feels more like a punch to the g…Read More

  3. Should I Replace the Roof Before Selling My Home?

    Selling a home is a highly involved process, and you’ll have many things you’ll need to do before the sale goes through. One of those is making sure your home is in the best condition possible, including the roof. A damaged or aged roof can diminish your home’s overall value and make it harder to sell. (more…)…Read More

  4. metal roof myths

    5 Metal Roof Myths

      Durable, fire resistant, and low-maintenance, metal roofs can enhance the beauty and value of your home. However, many people have reservations about installing them, largely due to misconceptions and myths. Here, we’ll dispel five common metal roof myths. (more…)…Read More

  5. cool roof faqs

    Cool Roof FAQs

      Summers are hot here in Texas, and it’s easy to rack up a big electric bill trying to keep your house cool during the months of May through October. Smart homeowners are always looking for new ways to keep their homes cool without spending a fortune. Did you know that you can save on cooling (and heating) costs by installing an energy-efficient or “cool” roof? Here, we’ll go over so…Read More

  6. Stone Coated Steel Roofing: Beautiful and Durable

      An attractive roof will add value to your home, but many of the materials used in high-end roofs come with problems. Tile roofing is heavy and tends to chip and crack, and lighter wood shake just doesn’t hold up well to the elements.   Stone coated steel roofing combines the visual appeal of high-end materials with the resilience of steel, giving you a solid roofing system that both …Read More

  7. Costly Hail Damage

    Texans Get Homeowners Insurance Discounts for Impact-Resistant Roofing

    Hailstorms cause billions of dollars worth of damage each year, with roofs bearing the brunt of the destruction.   Damage from wind and hail is one of the single largest causes for insurance claims every year. Fortunately, homeowners in many states, including Texas, can now receive substantial discounts on their homeowner's insurance when they choose impact-resistant roofing materials for their …Read More

  8. Lifetime Shingle Warranty

    Among the materials used in your roof, the most important are probably the shingles. These help prevent the elements from getting inside, give your roof some resiliency, and add a pleasant aesthetic to your home’s overall appearance.  test (more…)…Read More