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Winter arrives in December, but preparing your roof several weeks early wouldn’t hurt. In fact, you should be thinking about fortifying your roof against the oncoming inclement weather as early as now. A roofing job can take two days, two weeks, or more, depending on the severity of the roof damage, so take that into consideration when planning a timeline for winter-proofing your home.
Most roofs have a 20-year life span, but not all get to that milestone. Before roofs reach the big 2-0, they can get damaged due to inclement weather, rust, moss, termites, and faulty workmanship, among other things. And when they do, they need to be repaired or replaced.
Flat roofs are usually used in commercial buildings, but they’ve recently made a comeback in residential roofing. And just like sloped roofs, they need to be maintained regularly to ensure their durability and longevity. This autumn, follow these simple roof maintenance tips to keep your flat roof clean and sturdy.
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.
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.
Life slows down during summer. Schools are on a break, and employees often take days off to enjoy the sun. With the more relaxed atmosphere, it’s the perfect time for homeowners like you to finally start that roof project you’ve always wanted to undertake.
Nevada has had its share of devastating flash floods, fires, and snowstorms. While there’s no way of stopping these natural disasters from happening, you can protect your commercial building from being obliterated when they do happen. One of the best ways to disaster-proof your property is by protecting your roof from natural disasters.
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.
Spring is the time of renewal. Things are growing, and a new chapter is beginning. There is sunlight — lots of it — and you can see everything in clear light. What the overcast winter weather might have covered is now in full display, and you can see every dent and every imperfection on your roof.