With the home median price at $187500, and showing no signs of slowing down, you must protect your property. A home is an investment that will probably last you a lifetime, which is why it’s important that you choose a roofing system will best protect it.
With so many new homes and commercial properties being built every day, there's been a major increase in the need for roofing contractors in the U.S. Many people are also relying on roofing contractors to help them repair damage to their roofs brought on by extreme weather and everyday wear and tear.
As expert after expert comes out with their reasoning why commercial investing is better than others, you need to know what you could be looking forward to. Even though you can guarantee better returns, in the long run, you could also be looking at other types of problems.
Deciding on a roof for your company or home is no easy decision. It takes time and a lot of research to find the perfect option for your building or house. With several options to choose from, you'll want to ensure your decision is the right one.
Wood shake roofs look nice when new, but cause major problems as they get old. Most people assume that they are covered in the event of a storm or other damage, but with this type of roof, they may not be.
As a property manager or building owner, it’s often easy to take the roof for granted, especially if there are no obvious leaks or failures. This is one of the top reasons that we offer our Commercial Roof Reports.
Bartle Hall is an eight square block convention and special-event facility located in the heart of downtown Kansas City. Comprising 450,000 sq/ft, the facility offers column-free exhibit space on one floor, 48 state-of-the-art meeting rooms
There are some people out there that just can’t seem to sit still. Luckily for us, one of those people works in the roofing industry. The same person that developed the Wind-Vented Roofing System has something brand new!
Any time you hire a contractor to work on your home it’s important to do some research and ask a few key questions to make sure you are working with a company you can trust. The following is a short list of questions that will help you weed out any unreliable or dishonest contractors.