One of the most common things that Greene Roofing receives calls for is flat roofs and for some homeowners, these can pose many different problems. However, through proper and regular maintenance and giving it the attention it needs, your flat roof can la..
The weather is one of the biggest factors that can take a toll on your roof and unfortunately, it is the one thing outside of your control. However, there are some steps you can take to help your roof last longer. Here are some simple things you can do to..
Gleaming lights are almost synonymous with the Christmas season and some houses’ decorations have gotten so popular, they’ve even become tourist attractions (Dyker Heights, we’re looking at you!). While you may want to go the extra mile to make ..
As FEMA describes it, the most common situation for roofs to experience damage is during high wind storms, where debris can rip off or puncture through your roof, and the rains that follow, which create a high risk of water damage. Though NYC may n..
As most residents of the tristate know, winters in the northeast can be brutal. Last year’s December snowfall was well above averages according to the government’s data. It may be tempting to try to avoid thinking about winter preparations but do your..
Water damage can prove dangerous to the infrastructure of your property. It’s one of the most common causes for roofing repairs and according to Home Advisor, homeowners spend an average of upwards of $2,000 to repair water damage. Here is a list of way..
According to Home Advisor, the average cost of a roof repair in the United States ranges between $351 to $1349. For larger commercial buildings, this bill could be even higher. This is money that you could easily save by doing a thorough yet quick ..
Typical summer weather is often fraught with flash flooding and humidity as much as it is nice sunny days. While a downpour can turn a summer day unpleasant and often drives people indoors, few people know that this rain, even when it clears up, is..
With this upcoming season’s forecasted scorching high temperatures, you’re bound to hear the expression, “It’s hot enough to fry an egg on the sidewalk!” Did you know, though, that the standard roof can reach 150°F or more in the summer?..
From the gentle pitter-patter of rain on your windows to the enormous sidewalk puddles en route to work, you may have noticed that this past month was one of the wettest Aprils on record for New York State, with some cities recording a whopping 50%..