In last month’s blog, we detailed several preventative measures to prepare your roof for the stormy season. If you, for whatever reason, could not heed our advice, you could very well face a serious roofing problem. Roof leaks are no joking matter, so i..
We have officially entered the stormy season and protecting your roof during this time is critical to maintaining its lifespan. Unfortunately, many homeowners tend to neglect regular roof maintenance as they are unaware of how essential it can be to preve..
One of the most common questions people ask when they are replacing their roof is how long will it take? There isn’t, however, a definitive answer to this question as there are a lot of factors that go into the length of roof replacement. For example, w..
Most homeowners know that the winter season usually causes the most damage to the roof. However, the summer heat brings with it its own threats that can cause serious problems. From summer storms and wind damage to heat degrading the materials, there are ..
Anytime extreme weather hits, whether it is during the winter or the summer months, it will bring increased energy costs due to the extended use of the household’s heating and cooling systems. Now, there are plenty of ways to reduce the energy costs in ..
Many building owners are aware of the hazards caused by a storm, along with hail and tornado/hurricane damage. However, few realize that the high winds alone can cause major damage to the roof, requiring major repairs and even replacement. Wind gusts of a..
Spring is finally upon us and while you may not consider cleaning or even checking your roof during every season, now would be the perfect time to do so. With the winter season behind us, there will likely be a lot of debris that can cause damage t..
The last thing a homeowner wants to see is water dripping from the ceiling. Unfortunately, with the spring season officially upon us, the many showers that come with it may inevitably cause leaks for many people, especially here in New York. This can be a..
This winter has been relentless with the number of snowstorms we have been hit with over the past few weeks. The increased snowfall and below-average cold temperatures can cause long-term roof damage. Ice dams, for example, can be the result of the winter..
We are right in the thick of the winter season. The weather is steadily dropping and the increased cold conditions can have a negative impact on your roof, especially for those living in the Brooklyn and NYC area as the winter can be pretty harsh over her..