Fixing Roof Problems Quickly

Comparing Traditional And Synthetic Stucco Siding

Stucco siding is a luxurious and durable siding option for your home that can help reduce your energy bills and provide a solid barrier against water damage. However, there are two main variants of stucco siding, traditional and synthetic, both of which are materially different and thus possess a different set of advantages and drawbacks. Understanding the differences between what both types of stucco siding have to offer can help you choose the one that best fits your needs. Read More 

Is A Living Roof A Good Idea For A Tiny Home?

Also known as a green roof, a living roof is one that incorporates plants and vegetation on part of or over the entire area. This type of roof offers a variety of benefits including acting as natural insulation, improving air and water quality, and providing a reliable source of food if you plant edible items. However, there are two important things you should consider before deciding to invest in this type of roof design. Read More 

Making Repairs To Your Asphalt Shingle Roof

While installing asphalt shingles on your own might be beyond your DIYing skills, making a few repairs should be something that you can easily handle. Armed with a basic idea of what to do and a few materials, you should be able to save yourself a little bit of money by replacing damaged shingles.  Safety Precautions Before you undertake a repair, you need to take a step back and make sure that you keep yourself safe. Read More 

Remove Moss From A Tool Shed’s Shingle Roof

Moss is a flowerless, green plant that often grows in moist areas. If your tool shed's shingle roof is located in an area that is prone to wet conditions on a regular basis, you may have noticed moss growing on portions of the roofing materials. Eliminating moss will prevent excessive weight from being placed on the shingles, which could result in damage. Once you have finished, attach a zinc strip to the top of the roof to help keep the shingles protected. Read More 

Picking The Right Roof Color

When you are building or redoing your home, you probably spend hours choosing the color of the brick or siding. You examine many samples and think about how your choice is going to "hold up" after looking at it for years. Your attention to the exterior may falter, however, when it comes to choosing the right color for your roof. You need to spend as much time and effort on this choice as you do on the other construction materials so that you do not ruin the look of your home. Read More