Wind-driven rain is precisely what it sounds like, it is rain that is propelled by wind, driving it in directions that aren't the norm. While this isn't a regular occurance every time rain falls, when it does, you could find signs of water intrusion, leading to necessary repairs.
When it comes time to choose which material you’d like for your new roofing project, it is best to weigh each product against your needs. Dependent on your climate, weather conditions and budget, some roofing materials simply hold up better than others. Below is a list of the most commonly used roofing materials and the positive and negative aspects of each.
Not all roofers are created equal, Sadly, many homeowners have been scammed by unqualified “storm chasers”, con-artists who follow storms patterns (like hail storms, or high wind storms / tornados), hoping to do quick repair work for quick cash, then leave you worse off than you started.
Many homeowners don't know their roofing system is failing until they see the obvious symptoms, such as a leak; However, there are some warning signs of failure that you can spot before the leaking starts...
A skylight is sure to be a much-welcomed addition to any room of your home or office. Allowing natural light to flood your home during the day and a view of the stars at night, skylights make a gorgeous statement at every hour of the day.