7 Tips for proper roof cleaning

If crowns of monarchs are polished regularly, then surely the crown of your Nevada home — your roof — would need continual cleaning, too.

You might think that Mother Nature uses the rain and wind to do the roof cleaning for you, and you would be partially correct.

Want more natural light in your home? Install solar tubing

Compared to the light from LED bulbs and fluorescent lamps, natural light makes Nevada homes feel cozier. In fact, during the winter, exposure to sunlight prevents people from suffering seasonal affective disorder. And when we’re treated to sunshine, our skin synthesizes vitamin D — a vitamin that keeps our immune system in good shape — from cholesterol.

4 Things that can shorten the life span of your roof

The life span of your roof is not a given. Proper maintenance can spell the difference between a roof that lasts decades in Nevada’s extreme weather versus a roof that requires frequent repairs and replacements. With this in mind, let’s take a look at the things that can directly damage your roof, tarnish its beauty, and necessitate costly repairs.

Flat roof materials: What are your options?

Flat roofs are incredibly common in industrial buildings such as factories as well as multilevel residential and commercial buildings. This is because flat roofs are relatively easy to install and maintain, and they last for a considerably long time.

When your flat roof has reached the end of its life, the number of options regarding what you’ll need to do about it can be overwhelming.

Sloped roofs: Most common issues and problems

In every region across the United States, sloped roofs are very popular; and this is very much the case in Nevada. Homeowners here simply love how pitched roofs make their homes look much bigger and appeal to their taste. Additionally, those who retain the ceiling can build attics out of the inner roof space, whereas those who remove the ceilings can enjoy grand and spacious interiors.

It’s time to inspect your roof for winter damage

In just a few weeks, another Nevadan winter will be over. If your area experienced snow and storms in the past few months, then you can expect your roof to have sustained some form of winter damage. Let’s take a look at how you can best assess the extent of this damage and what you can do to get your roof back to tip-top condition.