Massive winds over the last six months have caused severe damage to roofing and drainage systems across the metro area. To prevent costly future problems, it is important to have your roof inspected annually with a professional residential roof inspection targeting these six key points.
Shortages in EPDM, TPO and PVC roofing system material make this the year to have your roof inspected and analyzed for a seal coat. A seal coat is a perfect alternative to a full roof replacement as it still achieves the same results as a new roof, for a fraction of the cost and a full manufacturers warranty.
A pro forma report gathers current or estimated income and expense data to project the net operating income and cash flow of a property. It's a tool that business owners, decision-makers, stakeholders, investors, creditors and others use to examine hypothetical conditions.
The roof is a major component of a building and creates the most concern for a new owner. Almost all owners have purchased a building only to find out that the roof leaks or worse yet, needs to be replaced. Those types of surprises are what all real estate developers aim to avoid.
The roofing industry has been hit on both the residential and commercial side and there is no end in sight. It is important to first get the facts about exactly what has happened on both sides in order to adapt and adjust. For the roofing industry it is definitely not a topic that homeowners and business owners want to discuss, but it is one of the most important conversations to have.
Colorado is full of historic homes all across the fruited plains. Whether you own a historical home, are thinking of purchasing one, or are just curious about them in general, you may be wondering what the upkeep might look like?
Being a new homeowner may seem like a walk in the park, but there is more to it than some might think. Especially when it comes to repairs or maintenance. Let’s go over some of the dumb things people do to their roofs. Now, this is not to scare new homeowners, but more of a way to say don’t make the same mistakes others have made!
With Spring amongst us comes warmer weather which gives us all the green light to come out of our homes and soak up the sun. While we may be out and about with friends we often forget that when we return home to our families we can easily overlook the house that keeps us cozy inside, but what about the outside? Curb appeal plays a big role in not only the value of your property, but the overall lasting impression.
With more time spent outside than in, spring cleaning checklists start developing and the projects begin. Most people start their lists by cleaning the garage, giving the landscape a makeover or planting a beautiful garden to enjoy all summer. Rarely do people think about spring cleaning the roof. However, it’s important to remember that your roof needs some tender love and care too, especially after the harsh winter months.
As the trend towards shifting towards renewable power sources continues to surge, advances in solar power roofing technology have allowed manufacturers and homeowners to shift away from bulky solar panels, towards aesthetically pleasing, fully integrated solar shingles. These components are a kind of building-integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) technology, which serve both a structural and solar-gathering purpose.
As a homeowner, there are many reasons to invest in a new roof. Perhaps your roof has come to the natural end of its useful life, has suffered damage from storms or moisture, or your shingles are curled, cracked, or cupped. Knowing how to avoid a roofing scam will ensure you get a quality roof replacement and don’t pay for services that you don’t actually need.
Roofing scams fall into three main categories: sales scams, quality scams, and legal scams. We’ll discuss what to look for in each type and how to avoid falling for them.