3 Common roofing problems during summer

Summers in Nevada can get as hot as 91°F, with daylight lasting for about 13 hours. While modern roofs are made to withstand extreme temperatures for long durations, even the toughest roof will take a hit in this heat.

This is why homeowners need to pay particular attention to their roof during summer.

7 Ways to cool down your Nevada home this summer

Summer has come once again. And this year, instead of experiencing sun, sand, and sea, you’ll probably be spending the hottest time of the year at home to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus.

Summers in Nevada can be scorching, with day temperatures reaching as high as 108°F. But by changing simple things about your house or lifestyle, like opting for cool roofing materials, you can breeze through the summer heat.

Must-knows about Nevada’s roof insurance policy before you hire a roofing contractor

Picking the right roof experts should never be done hastily. Instead, homeowners who are choosing a roofing contractor should do their research. For instance, it's imperative for homeowners in Nevada (where the weather can be harsh on roofs) to choose contractors that provide the best value for money, offer unmatched reliability, and deliver exceptional workmanship.

The top residential roofing trends of 2020

Being cooped up in your home can be frustrating, but it can also be an opportunity to focus on something you might have been neglecting: your house. With the state of Nevada issuing a stay-at-home order, you’ll be staying indoors quite often. So why not make your living space more pleasant?

People renovate their homes for many reasons, and this year, comfort and beauty are the two biggest drivers — especially for roof trends.

Get your roof ready for a pandemic lockdown

Get your roof ready for a pandemic lockdown

On April 1, Nevada became the 38th state to issue a stay-at-home order to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmissions. And because Nevadans now spend so much time inside their houses, it has become imperative that their dwellings be as safe and comfortable as possible.

How do I prepare my home for a roof replacement?

So you’ve finally decided to get your roof replaced. But between making that decision and before the roof contractors lift the first shingle, you have a lot of work to do. As a homeowner in Nevada, you have the responsibility of making sure that everything goes smoothly for your household and your immediate community.

What are the most common types of roof repairs?

The average lifespan of roofs is 20 years. But weathering, overloading, and accidents can drive homeowners in Nevada to have parts of their roofs repaired or even overhauled way before that milestone.

Determining if it's time for your roof to be fixed or replaced can be difficult if you don't know the types of damage it can sustain.

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