One of the most important aspects of home renovation is how long it will truly last. When a roofing contractor correctly installs asphalt shingles, you can expect to get at least two or three decades of life before you’ll need to consider replacing them again.
Your commercial property’s roof is coming toward the end of its life and you need it replaced. When you replace your commercial roof this time, however, you want to make sure you’re getting the right kind of material to install.
Winter is upon us in the Twin Cities. With temperatures dipping below freezing on average for the five to six months, there are plenty of precautionary measures to help make your home warm, cozy, and safe during the cold months.
Even seemingly minor roof damage can quickly grow worse throughout winter as weighty snow and ice sit atop your roof for months. And when that ice and snow begins to melt—whether it happens on a warmer winter day or when spring rolls around— water can easily make its way inside your home, where it may cause considerable damage.
Did you know severe winter weather is the third-leading cause of catastrophic property losses in the U.S., behind only hurricanes and tornadoes? It’s true — but it doesn’t have to be true for your home, provided you take steps to prepare your house to make it through the winter season unscathed.