Archive for the 'Supporting Our Customers' Category

Should I Have Carpentry Work Done Prior To My Roofing Project?

Posted on June 15th, 2018 · Posted in Roofing Education, Supporting Our Customers

Summer is a popular time for homeowners in Maine to start planning roof repairs, maintenance, and replacement. However, if you have other projects within the proximity of your roof including.. read more

The Biggest Mistakes a Homeowner Can Make Hiring a Roofer

Posted on May 10th, 2018 · Posted in Roofing Education, Supporting Our Customers

If you’re lucky, hiring a roofer is a once- or twice-in-a-lifetime task. With most roofing materials being designed to last 20 years or more, roof maintenance and replacement is just.. 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

How Can We Roof in the Winter?

Posted on January 12th, 2018 · Posted in Roofing Education, Supporting Our Customers

Let’s face it, winter in Maine is not the ideal time to do a full roof replacement. But scenarios that require a new roof do not always become evident at.. read more

Scheduling Your Roof Repair or Installation: The Sooner the Better

Posted on August 17th, 2017 · Posted in Supporting Our Customers

Many consumers believe that timing their roof installation or repair during slow seasons is the best way to ensure their project gets done quickly and affordably. However, waiting to schedule.. read more

Free Estimates: Is There a Catch?

Posted on March 14th, 2017 · Posted in Roofing Education, Supporting Our Customers

No, there is no catch to our estimates! Few free services are offered these days, so you might ask us, “Why do you provide your detailed estimates for free?” Here’s.. read more

Knowledge is Power: Know Your Roof — Roof Decking (sheathing)

  So far in this series, we have described a roofing system’s anatomy, taken an in-depth look at its ventilation, and explained what’s involved in a successful relationship between a.. read more

Chimney

Knowledge is Power: Know Your Roof – Chimney

Part III: Your Chimney – Leaks and Other Problems In the first article of this series, we introduced you to the parts and pieces of your roof. Next, we explained.. read more

Healthy Roof Ventilation

Knowledge is Power: Know Your Roof – Ventilation

Posted on November 29th, 2016 · Posted in Roof Maintenance, Roofing Education, Supporting Our Customers

Now that you have read our blog about roof anatomy, and if you haven’t click here — let’s talk about your roof’s ventilation. A healthy ventilation system is an essential component.. 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