You shouldn’t worry too much about your roof when the wind starts to pick up. Metal roofing systems and most types of roofs are built to withstand the typical wind speeds in your area. So long as the wind speeds don’t exceed that the typical range, your roof should be fine…. Continue Reading
Do the awards given to companies have any real-life impact on customers? It is true that some corporate strategists consider awards as nothing more than just another way to dispel deeply embedded consumer distrust of large conglomerates, but for some manufacturers, they’re more than just a PR tactic…. Continue Reading
Proper attic ventilation will prolong the life of your roofing system. It allows cold air to come in while pushing out warm and humid air generated by your kitchen, bathroom and the people inside it, especially during the winter months. When considering ventilation for your residential roofing, it is important to take note of common mistakes to avoid serious damage in the long run. These mistakes include:… Continue Reading
You’ve been in this situation before: you’re trying to get the best price for a roofing project, so you shop around for roofing contractors. When you look at the quotes, you’re surprised to see that the quotes have varying fees attached to them. Why is it that the fees vary depending on the contractor? What are the factors that affect this?… Continue Reading
Metal is one roofing material that offers the best in terms of beauty and durability. For it to last a long time and reach the end of its service life, it is important to observe proper care and maintenance. The local residential roofing pros at My Roofing share some tips for keeping your metal roof in great condition.