After the recent hail storm in the Triangle Area, you’ve probably noticed all the roofers canvassing the neighborhoods. There are yard signs galore and construction projects daily. Before signing with the first roofing contractor available, we strongly recommend you do your research.
Experiencing leaks in your home during tropical storm Isaias? Your roof might need more than a band-aid fix. Sometimes you just need a resealed boot. Unfortunately, other times leaks can be a clue that something bigger is wrong with your roof.
The holiday season is here, whether you are ready or not. Holiday lights and films are iconic parts of the season, especially Christmas Vacation. Please keep your safety and your roof’s well-being in mind while you’re decorating this year.
According to the United States Department of Agriculture, vultures (also know as “buzzards”) are known to eat and damage roof shingles! Their feces on the roof can emit a strong odor, and their destructiveness can cause expensive damage on shingles and rubber roofs. Fortunately, there are several simple and effective ways to encourage the vultures on your roof to relocate.