When a Roof Replacement makes more Sense

When you see missing tiles, you replace them. The downspouts are detached from the gutters, so you reattach them to the gutter outlets. The roof has some damp spots, you patch them up when doing regular home maintenance tasks. If… Read More »

Consequences of a Leaking Roof

Water damage can have a serious impact on your home, its structure, and the health of you and your family. One of the main sources of leaks, aside from obvious plumbing issues, is the roof. To complicate matters, roof leaks… Read More »

How to Locate Roof Leaks

Keeping the roof in good shape is a cost-effective way to increase its lifespan and avoid other ways water damage can impact your home. Since even the smallest roof leak might cause extensive damage if left undiscovered, it’s important, when… Read More »

How to Maintain the Soffit of Your Home

Soffit is installed underneath the overhang of the roofline. Part of the roofing system, soffit and fascia define the overall appearance of the roof (aesthetics) while protecting your home from water damage (functionality). To ensure that it is able to… Read More »

Signs Fascia Boards Need Replacing

Fascia boards are a fundamental component of the roofing system. If they become damaged, they can affect the overall integrity of your roof and its structure. Since gutters are typically attached to fascia panels, the gutter system might also be… Read More »

Risks of not Repairing a Leaking Roof

It all starts at the top – if anything goes wrong with your roof, every other part of your home can be affected. By the time a roof leak drips actual water drops a homeowner or building manager can see,… Read More »

Preventing Roof Leaks

The roof protects your home from the outside coming in. When it springs a leak, it can be difficult to find, since water often travels away from where the trouble first started. A roof leak can take anywhere from six… Read More »

How to Tell if Good Fascia is going Bad

Since vinyl and aluminum fascia rarely need replacing, this discussion deals mainly with wood fascia and how rot can compromise its ability to protect your home. Fascia boards cover the roof ends, keeping the elements from entering and resulting in… Read More »