Pros and Cons of Different Insulation

Whether you’re building a house or looking to upgrade your home with insulation to save money on heating and cooling costs? The days of filling wall cavities with straw and mud, sawdust, cotton, and old newspapers are long gone. Insulation has evolved from the early 1900s when asbestos hit the industrial revolution to the introduction

Is A Solar Ballast Right For Your Roof?

What Is A Solar Ballast? Solar ballasts are special-purpose concrete blocks. They are used for the installation of solar panels and are cemented to the surface of the roof. The solar panels are then attached to the concrete blocks instead of the roof itself. This can be a very good installation option for some homes,

Winter Maintenance Tips For Your Roof

Winter can be a magical time of the year for most people, but for some homeowners, it can be a nightmare in the spring. Getting your roof ready for the winter is no different than having maintenance done on your furnace before old man winter arrives. A few hours of maintenance and simple repairs on

What Is A Blue Roof?

A blue roof is a roof that is designed to hold water. These roofs will collect rainwater and other precipitation so that it can be drained slowly or redirected for re-use. In cramped urban areas, this can be a great way to get maximum use from your rooftop space. Although it might seem like a

WHAT IS TPO ROOFING?

What Is TPO Roofing?

It’s fairly commonplace to connect TPO roofing with those stark, bright, and amazingly white rooftops you’ve seen hundreds of examples of in industrial parks across the country. Yes, that’s likely TPO, a commonly used single-ply roofing material that has become popular in commercial roofing design. So, in more precise terms, what is single-ply and TPO

Roof Repairs: Fascia Damage

Roof Repairs: Fascia Damage

Fascia is just one other roof area that can sustain damage and require repairs. Fascia boards are straight, long boards that run along a roof’s lower edge. They act as a barrier or layer between a roof’s edge and the exterior of a home. They are considered a finished yet protective edge to hinder damage