In recent years, green or sustainable living has become less of a trend and more of a lifestyle. The general public has been prioritizing eco-friendly products and services, and becoming more discerning towards the wares and trends they consume. The shift from mindless to mindful consumption has affected a majority of industries, including the home improvement and construction material sectors. In an effort to contribute towards a more sustainable future,… Continue Reading
The slope of your roof provides more than just an aesthetically pleasing home exterior. In today’s post, your preferred roofing construction company, Hometown Contractors Roofing, talks about the pros and cons of each roof slope.
You need to consider many things when choosing a roofing material, but none is more important than roof pitch. Its abundance (or scarcity) determines your roof’s ability to shed water. It’s what separates sloped roofs from flat ones.
Routine inspection is at the heart of preventive roof maintenance. However, the biggest mistake property owners make is stopping at visual evaluation from the ground. Although spot inspection matters to catch red flags early on or allay worries of damage, especially after a storm, a deeper investigation is necessary to diagnose problems.
Anyone that truly appreciates metal wouldn’t be surprised by the fact that it’s now the second most in-demand residential roofing material in America. Although its stock suffered with the advent of newer and less costly options like asphalt shingles, its rise in popularity again is well-deserved.