The roofing industry is one of the most competitive categories of the home improvement business. After all, not only will roofers have to build up their clientele but they also have the competition to deal with. With that in mind, it’s understandable why some roofers attempt to get as many ratings, memberships and awards as possible. This is because those three things are a testament to their experience and trustworthiness. In fact,… Continue Reading
Proper insulation can greatly improve your home’s energy efficiency. However, there are a lot of misconceptions and myths surrounding this topic. In this blog post, JAM Roofing, the top roofing contractor in our local area, discusses some common myths and misconceptions about insulation.
It’s a given that you need to vet a contractor before hiring them. The problem is most homeowners just don’t have time to spare for the lengthy vetting process. Fortunately, there are ways to speed up the vetting process while ensuring the results aren’t compromised. One of them is to check a contractor’s certifications.
Installing a metal roof on your home is a good investment for any homeowner to undertake. However, it also takes a significant amount of time and effort from your roofing contractor and a hefty amount on your part. Therefore, it’s understandable if you want your metal roof installation to be as perfect as possible. Here are the various factors that make a good metal roof installation.
Just like any other home components, your roof will deteriorate over time. This is not only because of the passage of time, but also because it is exposed to harsh weather elements such as wind, rains and storms.