You have likely heard all about insulation and know that you have it in your home, but do you know why it’s there and what the benefits are? If not,
Are you looking to have a new roof installed? Whether you’re building a new house or need your current roof replaced, it is important to choose the right roofing material for your home. And quite frankly, there are many options to choose from! You have asphalt shingles, wood shakes, metal roofs, and even concrete or clay tiles.
Do you need a new roof? If so, you might be wondering what type of roof is best for your home. The three main types of roofing materials are asphalt shingles, shakes, and tile. If you’re not sure which of the three is best for your home, ask yourself the questions below to help you hone in on the best option.
Your commercial roof is an essential piece of your building. You might not think of it often, but ignoring your commercial roof and any issues that arise with it can be extremely costly and dangerous.
When you buy a home, you want to make sure that every aspect of the home is sound or at least have an idea of what areas may contain issues. That’s often why most home buyers get an inspection done on the home they are interested in buying because it gives them a clear picture of any issues that might be lurking under the pretty exterior.
Are you going a bit crazy being home all the time during the pandemic? If you’re tired of baking and doing puzzles to pass the time, why not do a little spring roof maintenance?
If you own or manage a commercial facility, it is important to keep the roof in a good shape. Thankfully, Guardian Roofs is here to help. Keep reading for tips on how to keep your commercial roof in great shape year-round.
Are you dealing with a roofing emergency? Even though we are in the middle of a pandemic, you’ll be happy to know that Guardian Roofs is still here to help out!
If you are worried about your roof, chances are that you should get it checked out. Your roof keeps your home safe from the elements and if water starts getting in it can lead to mold growth and even create fire hazards.
The sickening sound of a tree cracking during a storm can haunt you for the rest of your life. For a few seconds, you wonder what happened. Then, as it slams to the ground—or on your house—realization finally hits.