1. Your Roof Can Save You Money and Energy

    You can take advantage of your investment in a new roof or roof repair by focusing on these four roofing elements of an energy-efficient roof. By focusing on these four elements you can lower your energy bills and extend the life of your home’s roof. For many homeowners, the roof is seldom thought…Read More

  2. Winterizing Your Roof

    Is the exterior of your home ready for winter? Most people prepare for winter weather by inspecting their heating systems to make sure they are in good working order. But, your home’s roof needs some consideration too. When preparing your home for a cold winter, it is important to make sure your r…Read More

  3. Roof Replacement in the Winter

    Can You Replace a Roof in the Winter? With winter right around the corner, you may be looking to make sure your roofing system is prepared for the winter weather in the Columbia and Lexington areas. From missing shingles to roofing leaks, your roof needs to be inspected to make sure it is up to prot…Read More

  4. Prime Time for a New Roof

    Roof repair and replacement is difficult work. Temperatures, weather conditions, and the height and slope of a roof work together to increase the level of difficulty of a roof repair job or a full roof replacement. If your home needs a new roof or your roof needs repairing, fall is often the best ti…Read More

  5. Tile Roofing

    Tile roofing is not for every homeowner, but tile roofing does offer a unique look to a home and comes with some definite benefits. While tile roofing is not commonplace in the Columbia and Lexington areas, it can be found quite often on the roof of higher income homes. Tile roofing is a common site…Read More

  6. Summer Heat and Your Roof

    As the summer days continue, so do the scorching temperatures in the Columbia and Lexington areas, which means that your home’s roofing system could be susceptible to roof damage caused by consistent, excessively high summer temperatures. Roofing materials can deteriorate after years of exposure t…Read More

  7. Why Is My Roof Leaking?

    Never delay repairing a water leak originating from your roof.  Water leaks in your roofing system never go away on their own and will cause serious, extensive damage to your home over time. Our advice to any homeowner with a leaking roof is to call a locally owned, experienced, roofing professiona…Read More

  8. Soffit and Fascia

    If you want to understand how your roofing system works you need to be familiar with two of the most important parts of the roof — the soffit and fascia. The soffit and fascia contribute to the overall structure and function of your roofing system and to the most common roofing problems that fa…Read More

  9. Roofing Is Not A DIY Project

    Most of us enjoy a good DIY project! We get a lot of satisfaction from completing a project, and we save some money in the process. But, while many people see themselves as capable DIYers, your home’s roof is not a great project to learn a new skill. Hiring a qualified, local, licensed roofer to h…Read More

  10. Metal Roofs: 101

    For many years metal roofs belonged on sheds, barns, or commercial buildings. But today, metal roofing systems are finding their way into many residential communities in the Columbia and Lexington areas. Metal roofing products are available to fit most of today’s architectural styles, whether a m…Read More