roof damage Tag

Hurricane Ian ravaged Florida, North Carolina, and the rest of the Southern U.S. on September 28, 2022. Many lost their lives, and thousands who were displaced returned to devastated homes and communities. Thankfully, we’ve seen people step up and provide humanitarian aid.Hurricane Ian brought heavy rain and wind to North Carolina...

As temperatures rise, our North Carolina climate has gone to extremes in the last few years. Home heating and cooling have become crucial globally; solutions that work together to move towards an energy-efficient home are increasingly valuable. One change many homeowners should consider is switching out their existing roof for a...

 Though we experience milder winters in the lower elevations of North Carolina, winter forecasts still bring frigid overnight temperatures. If you have an asphalt roof, that can be bad news. Why?Today’s asphalt roofs are more vulnerable to damage from harsh weather, and they don’t last long here in North Carolina, where...

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...