Replacing a roof isn’t something many homeowners look forward to, and for good reason. For one, roof replacements are quite expensive. They’re also unsustainable, generating over 13 million tons of waste annually. This puts families in a tough position when it comes to home maintenance. Fortunately, Roof Maxx provides homeowners with a natural and
Regular maintenance is a major obligation for most property managers. Renters expect their homes to be safe for their friends, family, and loved ones year-round. Throughout the seasons, properties are exposed to extremes in weather, from hail to blizzards and thunderstorms. These elements will take a toll on any structure’s exterior, especially its roof
Owning a home is a big responsibility. The roof is one of your home’s most essential features, so it’s important to keep it in great condition as long as possible. However, even if it’s properly installed and well-maintained, your home’s roof will eventually need replacing. Knowing when to replace a roof is tough, especially if you’re a new homeowner.
The leaves are dropping as well as the temperature. Winter is right around the corner and before you know it, we’ll be seeing frigid lows, record snowfall, and plenty of pumpkin spice promotions. Preparing for the months ahead may seem overwhelming, but every effort made now will definitely pay off. Your roof is the main barrier protecting your family from the harsh elements,
Every year, hail causes billions of dollars of damage to homes in the United States. Storm damage, in general, accounts for a large portion of insurance claims and costs can add up if not addressed quickly. Hail of all sizes is cause for concern, especially when paired with debris, high winds, and tree branches. While most homeowners’ insurance policies make
Few innovations have significantly affected the roofing industry in recent years. In fact, most shingles now contain far less asphalt than just a decade ago, causing them to dry out, break down, and often fail prematurely. As a result, roof replacements contribute over 13 million tons of waste annually, about 10% of all construction waste in landfills, and cause more