It’s easy to neglect your roof’s maintenance, but doing this can cost your more later on. Keep your roof clean and in good condition is one of the most important things you can do as a homeowner, and it shouldn’t always be done by yourself. So when facing roofing problems, just call in your trusted roof repair contractor to do the job for you. . . .
When it’s finally time to get a new roof, there are a few things you need to prepare to ensure its success. To help you out, our roofing and storm damage repair team at De Palma Construction has put together a list on what you need to do: . . .
When it comes to proper asphalt roofing maintenance, it should be done at least twice a year to keep it in good condition. But it shouldn’t be done by yourself but by an experienced residential roofing contractor, as they’re capable of repairing any issue they may find on your system. . . .
A proper roof installation is more than just laying down shingles to exact manufacturer specifications. No matter where you are in the country, ensuring adequate attic ventilation is essential in keeping the whole roofing system intact and preventing issues that are too costly to repair. Residential roofing contractor DePalma Construction explains its importance below. . . .
Any roofing project is a major financial commitment; in fact, it involves processes that can be more complex than you might have thought. There’s more to a roof repair than just sealing gaps, just as a roof replacement involves more than just a shingle tear-off. Nowadays, reliable roofing is all about taking advantage of innovative roofing materials and a systematic approach that focuses on protecting your most important investment—your residential or commercial property. . . .
The term “storm chasers” refers to roofers that travel across the country, usually trailing the path of storms, to look for unsuspecting homeowners. Mostly, their schemes involve knocking on doors and offering inspections and repairs at prices that are too good to be true but with the intent of performing substandard work. By the time the victims realize this, they have moved on to the next storm-ravaged area. . . .