If you want to explore options beyond shingles and tiles there are a multitude of directions to go, ranging from a more industrial look with a metal roof to an earth-friendly choice that allows your roof to be a little more “green.”
Perhaps you’re building a new home or remodeling and are unsure of what materials to use for the roof. The decision can be a tough one, so we’re going to outline a few of the most common materials that homeowners prefer at their humble abode.
A common saying in the culinary industry is that “you eat with your eyes first.” These wise words help new chefs and cooks remember that a successful dish doesn’t just rely on taste; it also needs a superior appearance in order to succeed. The same rule applies to your home. When you bring someone to…
The proper roofing is extremely important for your home. There are a variety or materials and types to choose from that may fit your lifestyle and location better than others. In a previous post, we examined what benefits metal roofing can offer to homeowners. It’s a durable, safe and environmentally-friendly option. But depending on your wants and needs for your home, it may not be the best option for you, and we’re going to examine why.
When you look at a home, the roofing might be the last thing that catches your eye. Unless the roof has an army of solar panels on top of it, or the roof looks like it’s about to cave in, your eyes will likely be drawn to the home’s siding, the property’s landscaping or other features. If you take the time to look at a home’s roofing, you might notice that many homes are opting for metal roofs instead of more traditional asphalt roofs.