Roofing Industry News

Every year, homeowners discover they need to repair or replace their shingles, either because they’re old or the last storm damaged them. Even though it’s inevitable your roof will need replacing at some point, to prevent costly repairs and increase its lifespan, it’s vital to maintain roof shingles. There are several steps you can take to maintain your roof, so scroll down to learn how and when to check your shingles.

Roofing shingles come in a variety of materials, sizes, and designs, with asphalt shingles being the most popular roofing material for homeowners. There are three common types of roof shingle grades. Scroll down to see the different grades and levels of performance.

Design of an Asphalt Shingle 

In its basic form, an asphalt shingle consists of mat or backing material made from either a cellulose material or fiberglass, with the latter being the most common.

Now that winter is officially over, and spring brings with it warmer temperatures and rain instead of snow, this is the perfect time to perform roof maintenance. After a harsh winter, your roof may have taken a beating, so stay tuned to learn about some pro tips on maintaining your roof to protect from future summer storms.

Roof Maintenance

You may not think about checking your roof after winter and instead may be planning your summer barbeques and vacations.

With spring here and most of the snow melted, you may have noticed wear and tear and even roof damage. Now, is the perfect time to get up there and inspect your roof for any damage from the winter. If you have the skills, you might be able to do some Round Rock TX roof repairs. Learn to see what types of repairs you can DIY.

DIY Roof Tips

Depending on the type and condition of your roof, you may need to do a simple patch job or more involved repairs, such as replacing shingles.

Has the winter wreaked havoc on your roof this year? Now that spring is finally here, and the weather is warming up, this is the perfect time to get a technician out to inspect your roof. Or, if you’ve identified water damage on your ceiling and need a roof replacement, you will want a roofing Round Rock TX Roofing Company you can count on that has the training and experience to do the job right.

Now that winter is slowing down and Texas, along with the rest of the country, is social distancing from the Covid-19 coronavirus, consider repairing or replacing your roof. In a prior blog post, we discussed what types of roof shingles were available. Today, we will talk about our new product, Timberline HDZ Shingles by GAF, one you can trust for high-quality and one we believe will also be a game-changer in the roofing industry.

If you’re looking to replace or repair your roof, now’s the perfect time to start shopping around (online to reduce Covid-19 exposure). With warmer temps and social distancing for a bit, consider taking care of your roof issues. We’ll discuss some helpful tips in choosing the best roofing contractor, so continue reading.

Tips for Finding the Right Roofing Contractor

The biggest challenge for homeowners is finding the best roofing contractor for their needs.

Hiring the right roofing contractor means doing your homework and ensuring whoever you choose has well-trained employees and a good reputation for providing the best customer service. Discover the services at Taylor's Bestex Roofing Solutions for all your roofing needs.

High-Quality Service

Our service includes all aspects of roofing, including residential roofing, roof installation, roof replacement, re-roofing, roof tear-off, Round Rock TX roof repairs, and storm damage. With a trusted company, you can rest assured you’re getting top quality service by experienced and well-trained contractors without hidden or tacked-on fees.

Storms can make a significant impact on a roof, especially when accompanied by high winds and hail. If not identified and fixed quickly, a roof can sustain irreparable damage. Learn what you can do about hail roof damage.

Inspect Roof after Hail Storm

After a hailstorm, it’s always a good idea to inspect your roof for any damage it may have caused. If you observe loose or missing shingles, get them repaired or replaced immediately.

Determining how old your roof is isn’t always easy. This is especially true if you aren’t the first owner of your home. Knowing the age of a roof can be helpful if problems arise and when figuring out if it is sturdy enough to keep you and your family safe and sound.  

We’ve listed a few ways you can tell just how old your roof is. Keep reading below. 

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