1. Spring Is Here! Is Your Roof Ready?

    Spring has sprung, and it is time for spring cleaning and beautifying your yard and home. When beginning the process make sure you do not overlook your roof, one of the hardest working systems in your home. The winter can be hard on your home’s exterior and if your roof has endured any type of dam…Read More

  2. Is Your Roof Leaking?

    A leaking roof is not always obvious but can cause serious damage to your home if not detected early. It is important for a homeowner to be aware of the most common areas to look for roofing leaks. As soon as you see the signs of a leaking roof like water stains it is important to address the proble…Read More

  3. A Professional Roof Inspection is Vital

    Winter is infamous for creating problems with your home’s roofing system. The cold weather and freezing conditions can turn small roofing damage into serious damage, leaving homeowners frustrated! The best way to avoid these issues and to be best prepared for damaging weather is to get a professio…Read More

  4. 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

  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. 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

  7. Protecting Your Roof

    Protecting Your Roof: Your home’s roof is exposed to the natural elements every day. So, how can you protect your roof from rain, wind, snow, hail or sleet so that it can function properly and protect your home. One of the best ways to protect your roof is to ask your local roofer about a gutter s…Read More

  8. What To Do When A Storm Hits

    Storms are hard to predict, and even harder to predict is the damage they potentially bring with them. Your home’s roof is its first line of defense against a storm and its damaging effects. So, it is important to understand the steps that should be taken when the roof of your home has been damage…Read More

  9. Roof Maintenance

      The weather is the biggest threat to your home’s roofing and exterior maintenance. While you can’t control the weather, you may be able to control how heavily it impacts your home. Your home’s roof and exterior can withstand a great deal of storm activity if equipped with the right syst…Read More

  10. Some Tips to Know About Your Roof And Falling Leaves

    Leaves Can Effect Roof Performance As the leaves begin to fall in the Columbia area, your shingle roof may need some maintenance. Depending on the amount of tree cover your property has, you could accumulate dead leaves in your valleys and low sloping areas of your roof. These leaves can hold water…Read More