5 Unknown Eco-Friendly Roofing Materials for Canadian Homes

August 30th, 2013 / Stoyan Delev / Comments Off on 5 Unknown Eco-Friendly Roofing Materials for Canadian Homes

Canadian homes are stylish – whether traditional or contemporary. And what adds the most visual appeal in our homes – the roofs. Contractors are known to experiment with materials and use new materials. Being in the roof repair and installation services realm for the last decade, we have never shied away from trying new eco-friendly …

A Leaking Roof Can Be Disastrous – Hire A Roofer Oakville to Fix It

June 29th, 2013 / Stoyan Delev / 0 comments

When you hear of a “leaking roof”, you probably conjure images of water raining down into your home. In extreme cases, such a condition might happen. But initially, leaks start small. If you ignore the problem or fail to act in time, a leak can cause untold troubles. So, at the slightest indication of a …

Simple Roof Maintenance – Tips from Mississauga Roofers

June 29th, 2013 / Stoyan Delev / 0 comments

If you want your roof to last long, you need to maintain it well. However, most people are unaware of the right root maintenance methods. You can always ask roofing contractors in Mississauga to share some maintenance tips. The most important aspect that you should be aware of is implementing the maintenance tricks and techniques …

How to Choose a Professional Roofer

May 6th, 2013 / Stoyan Delev / 0 comments

The following steps should assist you in choosing the roofer most suited to your project, and recognizing how to choose a qualified and reliable roofer.

Attic Roof Ventilation

April 29th, 2013 / Stoyan Delev / 0 comments

Attic ventilation is an important part of roofing. Proper attic ventilation extends the life of a roof and reduces problems because it minimizes the temperature difference between the attic and the air outside. Proper ventilation will remove moisture and heat from the attic. Trapped heat and moisture can raise energy costs, cause ice dams, and …

Mold in Your Home & Roof

April 29th, 2013 / Stoyan Delev / 0 comments

If you live in an area with high humidity, then you should always be on the lookout for potential mold problems. Naturally, the outdoor humidity affect indoor humidity levels, creating a perfect environment for toxic mold growth.

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