Roofing

Synthetic Slate Roofing

In today’s rapidly advancing technological world, there are more options for nearly everything you do, including roofing. Have you decided what roofing material to use on your new home yet? Perhaps you are redoing the roof on an existing roof. Are you going to use the same roofing material that failed you the last time?

Have you considered synthetic slate roofing? Whether you have or have not, we aim to teach you enough about it today so you can make an educated choice on whether it is a viable option for your home.

Metal Shingles Installation

Metal shingles installation is something you may want to look into if you are a homeowner and plan on keeping your home for life. We say that because the initial cost of installation may be higher than with other materials, but in the long haul, you are better off because the roof will require less maintenance and is very likely to outlast the rest of your home.

Roofing Felt

If asked whether they think that they could lay a roof or not, most DIY enthusiasts would jump at the chance but those individuals with very little experience would probably balk at the idea. The thing is though that lying roof felt is nowhere near as difficult as you think it is. Whether you would be laying roofing felt on a storage shed or a full sized house, the process is the same and relatively easy if a little time consuming and can be found outlined below for you.

Aluminum Roof Coating

Aluminum roof coatings are becoming increasingly popular as they improve in quality and usage on many different types of roofs increases. Roof coating is a popular choice because it extends the life of the roof while also saving energy because of its reflective qualities.

There are many advantages and circumstantial differences for applying aluminum roof coatings. There are also many types and brands, so we will try to help you make an informed aluminum roof coating decision in this article that describes how to use aluminum roof coating. Although aluminum roof coatings may be used on many types of roofs, we are going to concentrate on its application on aluminum roofs.

Flat Roof Materials

Roofs that are flat or have minimal slope to them are commonly seen to be problematic, poorly designed and prone to leakage. From a more informed point of view, a properly designed and built low pitch roof can be an easily constructed and cost effective option. Leakage can be problematic, but it usually is due more to the roof covering technologies most often seen used on flat roofs.

A low slope or flat roof has both advantages and disadvantages. Among the benefits, a flat roof will require less material to build, since it encompasses less surface area, also because it weighs less and does not require as much structural support.