Residential Roofing

4 Reasons Why Metal Roofs are Worthy Investments

When it comes to residential roofing materials, you have a wide range of options to consider in the market. After all, you can choose materials such as asphalt shingles, wood, clay tile, or even slate for your roof. However, while these materials are a good fit for any home, there is another roofing material that you can consider using for your roof: metal. Here are the four reasons why metal roofing systems are worthy investments. […]

By |November 9th, 2020|Residential Roofing|Comments Off on 4 Reasons Why Metal Roofs are Worthy Investments

What to Avoid When Caring For Your Asphalt Roof

Any roofing contractor will tell homeowners such as yourself that the asphalt roofing system is one of the most important components of your home. After all, it does act as its first line of defense against the elements. As such, it’s important that you give your roof the proper care and one way you can do this is by avoiding a few mistakes when maintaining your asphalt roof, such as: […]

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What Makes Up a Complete Asphalt Shingle Roof?

The shingles are the most visible part of a residential roof, but these materials alone don’t make up the entire system. An asphalt shingle roof is actually a complex arrangement of important components working together to protect your home from weather damage. To learn more about them, Kingdom Roofing, the area’s trusted residential and commercial roofing expert, briefly discusses each of them here. […]

By |August 6th, 2020|Residential Roofing|Comments Off on What Makes Up a Complete Asphalt Shingle Roof?

Roof Repair or Replacement: When is the Best Time?

Your roofing system is subject to constant weather damage, so it won’t surprise you to find that it has developed some noticeable issues. The solution is either a roof repair or replacement, but when exactly does one make more sense than the other? Kingdom Roofing, the trusted roofing contractor in the area, discusses more about it here. […]

By |August 3rd, 2020|Residential Roofing|Comments Off on Roof Repair or Replacement: When is the Best Time?

Steps to Take When Dealing With a Storm-Damaged Roof

Your roof takes a beating 365 days a year. With the hurricane season now in full swing, however, the chances of significant roof damage rapidly increase. Preparation is key to facing this potential problem head-on, so the best thing you can do is to be aware of the correct steps to take following a storm. […]

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The Benefits of Hiring a Local Roofer for Your Next Project

Choosing the right roofing contractor is essential to the success of your project. You should hire a company with a complete license and insurance. These are for your protection in case you encounter issues in your roof repair or replacement.  […]

By |June 10th, 2020|Residential Roofing|Comments Off on The Benefits of Hiring a Local Roofer for Your Next Project
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Pros and Cons of Metal Roofing Materials

Metal roofing materials are increasingly popular for good reason. There are some real benefits to installing a metal roof - and a few possible drawbacks.

By |April 20th, 2020|Residential Roofing|0 Comments
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Can I Buy a House with a Bad Roof?

You found the ideal floorplan and a neighborhood you love. But on inspection day, you get an unexpected piece of bad news - the house has a bad roof.

By |April 17th, 2020|Residential Roofing|0 Comments
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4 Red Flags Regarding Roof Condition

No matter the age of your roof, you need to take maintenance seriously. Here is a list of 4 red flags which may indicate your roof needs attention.

By |April 13th, 2020|Residential Roofing|0 Comments
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A New Roof for Your Porch

Floridians love the outdoors. Whether a front porch, a covered lanai, or even a sunroom - our secondary structures need roof care as well.

By |April 10th, 2020|Residential Roofing|0 Comments