It’s coming faster than you think! Winter that is. Which means it’s time to start thinking about getting your roof
When listing your house on the market there’s usually a lot of time and effort that has been spent fixing
Alberta is known for it’s unpredictable weather, and I’m sure many remember the grapefruit sized hail we got last summer,
Approximately five years after installation roofs can begin to show signs of dark streaks. The dark streaks usually appear on
The harsh Alberta winter months are hard on everything including your roof. Now that it’s spring homeowners are going around
As the weather turns colder and the leaves start to change, you’ll want to make sure that your eavestroughs are
Alberta has had no shortage of rain this summer. Hail has damaged more than just roofs but vehicles, crops, equipment
As we are in the full swing of summer you may notice issues arising with your roof. Summer storms bring
During the summer months our attics can get quite hot, so it’s important to have a well ventilated attic. Give
The past couple months has been on and off with the weather, but we have managed to get a few
A new roof isn’t something you invest in every year, so you want to be sure you are buying the
A leaky roof is serious business, and putting it off can lead to more severe issues. Symptoms of a leaky
It’s that time of the year when the snow is melting and preparations for spring and summer are on the minds of home owners. Your roof is a large part of your house, and keeping it in tip top shape is important. Especially when Alberta thunderstorms are ahead of us. Here are some tips to help you get started on your roof this spring
I’m sure we have all heard this quote at some point. As business and home owners we know that preventative maintenance can save as a lot of time and money in the long run. By keeping up regular maintenance of our roofing we can avoid emergency repairs, as well as prolong the life of our investment.
Your roof is what is protecting you from the outside elements. Keeping rain, snow and wind outside where it belongs. While keeping everything in side dry and protected. Your roof is also an important factor of your homes efficiency. It can help keep down heating or cooling costs!