Archive for the 'Roofing Safety' Category

How Much Snow Can My Roof Hold?

How Much Snow Can My Roof Hold?

Posted on January 9th, 2019 · Posted in Roof Maintenance, Roofing Education, Roofing Safety

Snow in Maine is pretty much an inevitable fact over the winter months. Protecting your home investment is crucial, particularly when the snow on your roof begins to pile up… read more

The Right Way to Remove Snow from Your Roof

Posted on January 26th, 2018 · Posted in Roof Maintenance, Roofing Education, Roofing Safety, Supporting Our Customers

Snow is a reality of living in Maine. Keeping your home safe and sound requires snow and ice removal from your roof. The weight of too much snow can compromise.. read more

Roof in Hat

Winter Approaches. Is Your Roof Ready for Maine’s Roughest Season?

Whether you love the season or dread it, winter is approaching. We will all seek shelter sooner or later. So as you begin to bundle up in layers, think about.. read more

Top 5 Things to Learn About a Roofing Contractor -Want to Be Satisfied Even Before Your Project Starts?

Every building needs a safe and reliable roof, but the thought of roof replacement or repair can be daunting. You need time to decide what roofing material and color to.. read more

Be Safe. Call the Professionals at Horch Roofing!

Posted on September 8th, 2016 · Posted in Roofing Safety, Supporting Our Customers

Do-it-yourself is not always doing it right: Most of a homeowner’s many responsibilities relate to function or form. Most of us want an attractive home that expresses our personal style,.. read more

Your roof needs you!

Posted on March 7th, 2016 · Posted in Roof Maintenance, Roofing Safety

A properly maintained Maine roof can survive up to three decades before it needs to be replaced. Unfortunately, too many homeowners ignore basic roof maintenance, and then they get stuck with.. read more

The Dangers of Icicles

Posted on January 29th, 2016 · Posted in Roof Maintenance, Roofing Safety

Most of us fondly remember icicles from our childhood. Looking out the window while they formed, measuring to see how big they grew, and licking icicle popsicles are precious recollections… read more

How to Prevent Ice Dams from Forming on Your Roof

Posted on December 28th, 2015 · Posted in Roof Maintenance, Roofing Safety

Ice dams are one of the biggest problems that you can face in the winter, causing costly damage to your roof, not to mention they’re dangerous when that ice finally.. read more

Up on the Rooftop? Check for Damage

Posted on December 14th, 2015 · Posted in Gutters, Roof Maintenance, Roofing Safety

Before the snow hits and it’s too late to see what’s going on up on your rooftop, you need to take a closer look. Be safe when you are climbing.. read more

Is Your Skylight Letting In More Than Sunshine?

Posted on June 14th, 2015 · Posted in Roof Maintenance, Roofing Safety

One of the most common residential roofing repairs is fixing a skylight leak. A leaking skylight is not only an eyesore; it can be an indication of much more serious,.. read more