Getting a new roof puts a big strain on your wallet. That’s why homeowners on a tight budget consider nailing over their current roof with new asphalt shingles.
You don't think about getting a roof replacement on your Tennessee home until something happens. Unfortunately, this usually means damaging leaks that cause costly problems.
You pay your homeowners insurance to protect your home, hoping you’ll never have to use it. But when you have to use it on a storm-damaged roof, the first and most commonly asked questions revolve around what’s covered, how much you’ll get, and the process.
Asphalt shingles have dominated the residential roofing industry for decades. However, metal roofing is closing in on becoming just as popular.
Buying a new home is a huge decision that can’t be taken lightly. That’s why it’s not surprising when home buyers want certain things fixed before signing on the dotted line.