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Benefits Of A Steel Roof Overlay

When you are replacing a roof, there are two options: you can either rip up and completely replace the roof in its entirety, or you can overlay the new roof over the old roof at a lower cost. Most of the time, replacement roofs are done with the same material as the previous roof. However, there is a unique set of benefits that come with overlaying a steel roof over an asphalt roof. Read More 

Make Your Home Unique: Alternatives To The Same Old Roofs

If it's time for a new roof, you have the perfect opportunity to create one of the most attractive homes in the neighborhood. While most people don't think of roofing materials as a vehicle for artistic expression, you don't need to limit yourself to the same old boring roof that everyone else has. Unless you live in a development that specifically limits the content or color of your roofing materials, you have an array of options that can make your home unique. Read More 

Is Everyone Telling You To Get A Metal Roof? Here’s Why You Should Listen

If roofing contractors are trying to tell you to get a new metal roof for the home and you are hesitant, it could end up being one of the best investments and decisions that you make for the property. There are so many benefits to having metal panels used for the roofing system to protect your property, and the cost is worth the expense. You should get quotes to see which metal roofing installation companies in the area have the most competitive prices first. Read More 

Four Tips To Help You Choose The Right Roofing Materials For Your Home’s Design

If you are ready to have a roof installed on your home, there are many choices of roofing materials. You can choose anything from asphalt shingles to slate and shake. Depending on your budget and the design of your home, you may want to choose different materials. Here some tips to help you choose the best roofing materials to fit the design of your home: 1. A Plain Look With Conventional Asphalt Shingles Read More 

3 Important Maintenance Checks When Your Home Has An Asphalt Roof

Asphalt roofing is durable and low-maintenance, which is why asphalt has become one of the most popular materials for modern roofs. But low-maintenance doesn't mean no maintenance and some simple checks, with follow-up fixes, can keep your roof in good condition for decades to come. Note that you should only physically climb onto your roof if you have the proper safety equipment. You can check for signs of damage from the ground using a pair of binoculars and then either obtain the safety equipment or call in a roofing contractor (such as one from Rainy Day Exteriors) for assistance. Read More