Metal Roofing Blog

Even in our mild climates of North Carolina, winter roof damage from cold temperatures requires a homeowner's attention. During the winter months, consider the damage cold temperatures can do to your roof. As temperatures drop,  asphalt or other temporary shingles may crack or even fall off. Our quality metal roofs stand up...

Metal roofing can be invaluable to homes, but homeowners should be wary of what kind of metal roof they’re investing in. Corrugated metal roofing commonly goes by the names “exposed fastener,” “through-fastened,” or “screw-through” roofing. When comparing corrugated metal vs. standing seam roofing, the differences might not be apparent by...

Many residential homeowners install asphalt shingles on their roof. Despite its popularity, asphalt shingle roofing is susceptible to damage in many ways, many of which will require you to make a full replacement. We'll break down not only the top signs that is time to replace your asphalt roof, we'll...

When you’re installing a roof on your residential home, it’s crucial that you think about attic ventilation. Proper attic ventilation is a concept that is commonly forgotten by homeowners because not everyone knows how vital it is to the overall health of your home. One of the best ways to...

Residential homes can benefit from metal roofing in a variety of ways, from their ability to withstand the elements, to their long lifespan (50 years minimum). In addition to those factors, one of metal roofing’s lauded benefits is it saves homeowners money on their energy bills. This guide will break...

How many things are your balancing right now? For most of us, the to-do lists get longer, and the time to deal with them gets shorter. Sometimes the days seem like they are standing still, and sometimes it feels like they are running at hyper-speed. And here comes the cold...