1. How to Check Your Roof for Damage

    Even though we don’t see a lot of snow or freezing conditions in Nashville, it’s still important to check your roof before the winter! Even small issues can lead to larger ones in a matter of weeks. Here are few ways you can check on the health of your roof and prepare for the changing seasons: Check your roof’s structure: By that, we mean take a good look at your roof. Does it look like it…Read More

  2. 3 Questions Every Roofer Should be Able to Answer

    You’ve been spying shingles in your yard for weeks now, and the patchy parts of your roof are beginning to show. All signs point to it being time for you to install a new roof! Before you choose your Nashville roofing professional, be sure to ask these questions: Are you licensed? Answer you need: Yes! Most states require a roofer to be licensed, but each state is a little different. Check out t…Read More

  3. When Hail Strikes

    Nashville gets its occasional hailstorms, so it’s important to be prepared for when hail strikes! Everyone knows that hail can bring serious damage and dents to cars and windows, but did you know that hail can seriously damage your roof? In fact, it can damage your roof in several different ways. Hail Damage Wind - The wind from a hailstorm can sometimes be enough to damage your roof. When the w…Read More

  4. What Damages My Roof?

    As much as we would like to believe our roofs to be indestructible, it just isn’t true. Fortunately, there are roofing professionals you can call to replace your roof when things get messy. Your Nashville home may seem some rough weather ahead, so it’s best to be prepared and know what types of weather can negatively affect your roof: High Winds High wind can rip shingles right off your roof! …Read More

  5. Asphalt or Metal Roofing?

    You’ve been noticing tiles from your roof ending up in the front yard and now there’s a leak coming from the ceiling in your home. It’s official: you need a new roof. Once you’ve settled on the fact you need to get a replacement, you need to decide what material you will choose. The two most popular choices for roofing material are asphalt shingles and metal shingles. Take a look at the pr…Read More

  6. Avoiding A Wavy Roof

    Have you noticed that your shingle roof has a “wavy” appearance? You might think it’s just an indication that it’s time for a roof replacement, but even brand new roofing can have this problem. If your roofing contractors don’t keep a careful eye on the plywood sheathing beneath the shingles, new shingles could actually make a wavy roof all the more noticeable. So what causes wavy roofin…Read More