Your roof is one of the trickiest components of your home to maintain. In order to ensure that your roof is performing properly, you have to ensure it is inspected and maintained on a regular basis. Neglected roofs are the primary cause of water infiltration and premature building envelope failure. In our climate the last thing you want is water pouring into your home in the middle of our rainy winters! Continue reading “Ask the Experts: How to Prevent a Leaky Roof”
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In case this is your first visit to our blog we’re currently posting a number of questions that homeowners or business owners should be asking a roofing contractor before hiring them. Often these are questions that may not be obvious simply because a roof is something that few people spend a great deal of time thinking about – unless you’re us, of course 🙂
Today’s question is a little more obvious but it has to be covered: Continue reading “Ask a Roofer – Golden Tip #5”
Today we’re going to be covering big question number 4 when it comes to interviewing potential roofing contractors. This one is another great question and one not a lot of people outside of the roofing industy (that’s everyone, isn’t it? 🙂 ) may think of asking.
What kind of roofing system do I need and what is the process for installing or repairing it?
There are many different types of roofing structures and materials available in the market but there is only one that will be the best choice for your particular project. By asking multiple roofing experts what they recommend and comparing the results you should be able to get a clear understanding of which is right for you.
Today we’re going to continue on with our series of things you should be asking a roofing company before you hire them – but may not know to ask.
Before we get to today’s question, let’s make this clear. A lot of roofers are proud of their businesses and have egos that make them want to protect all that they’ve built (pardon the pun). As such, they may not want to answer some of the tougher questions like the one we’ll be discussing today. Continue reading “What to Ask a Roofing Contractor – Golden Tip #3”
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What we’re doing is providing you with a series of blog posts intended to educate you about what you should be asking a prospective roofing company before you make a hiring decision.
There is a lot that goes into replacing or even repairing a roof and you want to make sure that you get the right company the first time. Today, our question is: Continue reading “Choosing a Vancouver Roofing Contractor – Tip #2”
Let’s face it. Doing almost any kind of roof repair or renovation is a big deal. It requires planning and it requires either your time or a significant financial investment.
So today we’re going to begin sharing something that very few Vancouver roofing contractors are willing to share with their clients or prospective clients. We’re going to be going through all of the questions you should be asking your potential roofing contractor before you make the decision to hire. Continue reading “Questions to Ask Your BC Roofing Company”
So you suspect that your roof is in need of repairs and you know that you have neither the skills nor desire to do it yourself. It sounds as though you’re going to have to look at hiring a roofing contractor to get the job done.
As this is such a large job, we’ve compiled the following tips to help make your task a little easier. Continue reading “Tips for Choosing a Roofing Contractor”
We stumbled across this nice story recently so we thought we’d share. A homeless man in Los Angeles was so fed up with his job search that he took to handing out his resume to cars stopped along the freeway.
A desperate act? Perhaps but it did turn out to be effective. Continue reading “More Proof that Roofers are Good People”