With Congress in a political stalemate on the next round of COVID-19 economic relief, President Trump issued four executive orders over the weekend that could — if legal — have an impact on roofing contractors trying to stay in business.
Putting a new roof on a home is a project that most do-it-yourselfers shy away from, and for good reason. If you don’t have the experience and know what you’re doing, you could end up making mistakes that cost you even more in the long run.
Many common roofing mistakes are made by homeowners, but sometimes these mistakes are also made by roofing contractors who don’t have full mastery of their skills.
Many homeowners have questions about roofing in Round Rock, TX. Roofing can be an intimidating topic, but it’s one that all homeowners have to deal with eventually. At Round Rock's Bestex Roofing Solutions and Construction, we want to take the stress out of your roofing issues. We’ve compiled a list of the top questions we hear often from our customers, along with some answers.
Commercial property ownership offers an excellent avenue for growing your wealth. In addition, a commercial venture creates a sense of pride and accomplishment. That said, your due diligence doesn’t stop when you sign the contract and complete the transaction. Maintenance and upkeep are ongoing responsibilities, and failure to heed these tasks can have devastating effects.
While many commercial owners focus on the saleable aspects of a rentable space (like functionality, cozy lobby areas, and airy aesthetics), a commercial roofing evaluation in Kansas City is something that shouldn’t be ignored.
Your home’s roof is your ultimate protection from the elements, so it makes sense you would keep it well-maintained. However, a professional inspection isn’t a priority for many homeowners, so when a major storm comes up and damages the roof, it can also damage your budget. The time for getting an inspection is just as important as getting one. Keep reading to find out how often to schedule a roof inspection.
With the recent storms that have hit Texas, wind damage, hail damage, and damage from downed trees or branches may damage your home. Roofing shingles can tear off, flashings damaged, and gutters can be damaged as well. When natural disasters damage your roof, you may wonder what the next steps are to filing an insurance claim. Stay tuned as we provide that information here so that you can begin repairs soon.
Roof leakage can occur for a variety of reasons. One of the most common reasons is from damage to the roof’s flashing, (thin material that’s usually made from galvanized steel and protects roof edges, valleys) and the junctions between roofing and obstructions, including chimneys, dormer, and vent pipes. So what happens when roof flashing fails? Continue reading to learn about roof flashing repair and some DIY tips.