Roofing: A Smart Home Improvement Move This Year

Start off the New Year right with a smart home improvement project such as getting your roof done. As we all know, the roof is one of the most important components in your home. Why? Well, for one, it’s one of the first things that people will notice as they pass by your house, making the roof an important aspect in your home’s overall look—truly a huge factor on your home’s curb appeal. And if you’re planning to sell your home or if you just want to impress your neighbors, home improvement projects such as roof replacement is the way to go. Read more »

New Year Home Improvement Resolutions: Roofing Tips

Every start of a new year, it’s been a tradition for most of us to come up with a list of things we would want to change in our lives, especially those problems we would want to resolve or avoid. While New Year’s resolutions are usually associated with our personal lives, you can also come up with your own home improvement resolutions that will ensure that your home is going to be beautiful throughout the year—and even for longer! Read more »

AquaDuct Roofing: Signs of a Poorly Installed Roof

The roof is a basic structural component of a home and should be able to do its job properly—to protect you and all that you value. However, even if you invested in a top-quality roofing system, you will still have a lot of problems if your roof is improperly installed. Especially with the sporadic weather conditions we have here in Denver, a poorly installed roof can actually cause major leaks and even threaten the structural integrity of your home. Read more »

6 Common Asphalt Shingle Issues You Have to Know About

According to the Asphalt Roofing Manufacturers Association, asphalt shingles are a popular choice for residential properties. Research shows that four out of five homes use this type of roofing material. With more than 12.5 billion square feet produced every year, asphalt shingles cover about five million homes annually. Read more »

8 Dangers of a Leaky Roof: Knowing Its Effects on Your Home

In a press release issued for Advancing Healthy Housing—A Strategy for Action, Lisa P. Jackson, former U.S. Environmental Protection Agency administrator, said people spend about 70% of their time in their homes. If your home is not in good condition, you’re putting yourself and your family at risk of various safety and health hazards. Read more »