A well-maintained roof is one of the most important aspects of retaining the value of a home or structure. For many homeowners, tending to the roof (or even conducting periodic inspections) is often an afterthought, with potential damage points neglected until the eventual leak or obvious draft makes an appearance. The roofing professionals here at
Caring for your home’s gutters may seem like a mindless and off-putting task, and it’s easy to simply allow your gutters to fill up with leaves and debris for months at a time. Caring for your home’s gutters is more important than you may think. Not only do well-maintained gutters improve the external appearance of
Roofing repairs and maintenance are some of the most costly services faced by homeowners, and often require the assistance of professional roofers. Preemptive measures in the form of regular inspection, conducted professionally or by the homeowner, can save a great deal of money and time, and can guarantee the maximal lifespan of a home’s roof.
In spite of the challenges and hours of labor spent to perfect the construction of your home, there are few things more rewarding than homeownership. On the other side of the coin, there are few things more frustrating than discovering the need for major repairs on your new home. Roofing defects and damages are among
When assessing your home or submitting to an inspection, one of the most important construction features to look at is the roof. You may discover that your roof has been subject to more wear-and-tear over the years than you expected, or that a major structural flaw exists, which may require immediate repair. While it’s easy
Exploring the 4 Most Common Roofing Materials A fundamental aspect of property value and structural integrity is the construction and composition of a home’s roof. Roofing repairs can be costly when damage is extensive or the materials used were of a low quality. Roof Worx offers a myriad of roofing services and materials to ensure
Winter is almost over, hooray! While you may have weathered the brisk winter weather, your roof has not. Upon closer inspection, it becomes apparent your roof is covered in cracks, and several shingles are split or missing. Suddenly, dollar signs fill your head as it dawns on you that you need a new roof. On
It always seems to happen on the coldest day in history when you notice a little leak dripping freezing water into your home. You pause, carefully inspecting the leak to determine where the water is coming from, and it is then it hits you- it's coming from the roof! Oh no! Do roofers even work