While the roof is your first line of defense against the elements, it’s not invincible, and an exceptionally powerful storm can do considerable damage to it. The damage a storm can do to the roof and the rest of your home isn’t restricted to leaks; it can also cause rapid deterioration on the wooden
Brutalist architecture is perhaps the most controversial and noteworthy design movement of the 20th century. A relic of the post-war era, this architectural style is defined by “brutal-looking” architecture, imposing facades and fortress-like appearances with a predilection for rugged and exposed
While many people see the roof as an immovable and resilient structure, it can still get worn down by a combination of time, weather and neglect. Unfortunately, roof-related problems are not only difficult to address; they can get very expensive, too.
Before metal became one of the most popular roofing materials in the country, asphalt shingles dominated the re-roofing market. In fact, metal roofs only accounted for 3.7% market share. Consumer demand, however, has been shifting to more sustainable building products, which pushed metal roofing
Storms can strike any time, which is why your home always needs to be ready for whatever Mother Nature will bring. One way to prepare your home is by conducting a regular roof evaluation. As your first your home’s first line of defense, you can’t afford to have a leaky or damaged roofing system