1. 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

  2. Troubleshooting Your Roof

    Now that summer is upon us, families around the Lexington and Columbia areas are spending more time outdoors to soak up the sun and enjoy the weather. And while the seasonal climate may be perfect for cookouts and other family gatherings, it can also cause problems for your home’s roofing system. …Read More

  3. Your Roof’s Flashing

    One of the most important aspects of your roofing system is the flashing on your roof. Roofs on commercial buildings as well as roofing on residential property serve one major purpose. The most important purpose of your roof is to keep the weather outside, not inside.  Roof flashing — pieces of s…Read More

  4. Why Inspect Your Roof?

    Your roof is your home’s security blanket. It is your first line of defense against the outside elements.  A roof system is designed to insulate and maintain the structure of your home. Your home is one of the major investments that you will make, and your roof protects that investment.  Protect…Read More

  5. Five Types of Roofing Damage

    Is your roof in need of repairs or a complete roof replacement?  There are five types of roofing damage that may be a sign that you need to call in your local roofing expert for a roofing inspection. Roof Shingles that are curling - Curling roof shingles are a sign of an aging roof system. One of t…Read More

  6. Your Roof and Animal Damage

      Damage to your roof by animals is not only possible, it is a definite threat to your home’s roof. While safeguarding your roof against harsh weather conditions is normally easy to do with a professional inspection from your local roofing contractor, safeguarding your roof from invading critters…Read More

  7. No roof is too big or small

    Roof Damage

    Most homeowners don’t think a lot about their roof until it demands their attention, usually by leaking into the house or attic. Your roof protects your home from the unpredictable weather changes that often go unnoticed. Severe wind, excessive rain, hail-storms, high humidity, and excessive heat …Read More

  8. Shingle Color…… New Trend or Old Classic

    Time To Pick A Shingle Color For Your New Roof So you decided to replace your roof due to Storm Damage, Wind Damage, Hail Damage or simply time for a roof replacement. You carefully selected a local roofing contractor that you are comfortable with. Now its time to pick a color! Yikes there are so ma…Read More

  9. Wind Damage? Free Inspections Available

    Wind damage is one of the most common types of storm related roofing issues. If you have experienced high winds and your roof is more than 8 years old, chances are your roof could have wind damage. The Columbia and Lexington areas have been hit especially hard. Unfortunately you will probably have c…Read More