Metal roofing systems are gaining in popularity as more effective alternatives to the usual wood and asphalt roofs. They are more durable and last longer, and they have more versatile aesthetics that last longer, too.
Green roofing systems are gaining in popularity in both the residential and commercial sector. As with anything new and popular, the green roof movement is surrounded by several myths and misconceptions that, intentional or otherwise, deter many homeowners from even considering a more eco-friendly roof.
Similar to other roofing material, metals deteriorate and lose their luster over time. This isn’t good news, especially if you want to maintain your home’s charm. One of the most common aesthetic problems for metal roofs is oil canning. This refers to the unevenness in the flat surface areas of roof panels.
Skylights are an attractive add-on for your roofing system, but contrary to what you might believe, they’re not just for looks. These are functional structures that can increase your home’s energy efficiency and even make your home a more comfortable place to live in.
It is never a bad thing to perform roof maintenance at any time of the year. But if you want to make it a yearly task, the best time to do so is during the summer.Read on as JAM Roofing, your local roofing contractor, explains why.