Winters have already set in and it’s about time that as a homeowner you make sure that your roof is all prepped for the winter season. There are a couple of tasks that you need to do, here is the checklist for winterizing your roof. Inspect the roof Begin with inspecting your roof. Once the snowfall or rain starts pouring down, even the smallest of defect or issue could turn… Continue Reading
Mold, ice dams, rotting wood, and higher energy bills- all can be prevented if you have right roof ventilation. No matter what is the climate, proper roof ventilation plays a vital role in helping the roofing system last longer and prevent issues in the long-run. As a homeowner, you should understand that proper roof ventilation allows the fresh air to enter the attic at the soffit areas of the roof…. Continue Reading
After the winter season ends, all homeowners must prepare their roofs for the spring. This is important because if you know that what you need to clean, inspect or repair you can prepare your roof for the spring season easily. The best approach is to make a checklist for spring cleaning of the roof. There are many things that you need to do to get your roof ready for the… Continue Reading
If there’s one component of your home that you need to keep in good shape all year round, it’s your roof. This exterior component keeps your property warm and safe through the seasons. Allegiant Roofing, a leading exterior siding installation company, shares some tips on optimizing your roof’s service life.
A damaged roof doesn’t automatically necessitate replacement. However, there are some cases when it’s better to replace the whole roofing system than repair it. Allegiant Roofing, one of the most trusted exterior siding installation companies in the area, discusses telltale signs that tell you whether to replace or to repair your roof.