Roof Report

The most helpful home improvement tips
under one roof.

The Best Shingles for Your Roof and Budget

How much does a new roof cost? Well, it depends. From the slope, pitch and size of your roof to the cost of the material, you could spend upwards of $65,000 for a high-end tile, wood or slate roof or downwards of $4,500 for a basic 3-tab asphalt shingle roof. Sure, there is always a… Read more »

How to Make Your Roof and Home More Energy Efficient

Did you know that heating and cooling expenses account for almost half of the typical homeowner’s utility bills? It’s true. And guess what—your roof plays a huge role in how much you’ll need to spend to maintain a comfortable and consistent temperature inside your home. Whether letting in too much heat in the summer (and… Read more »

Lose the Ladder! And Make Life Easy with Gutter Guards

There is more to preparing for the fall season than fertilizing your lawn, closing your pool, storing your outdoor furniture, and adjusting your thermostat. Your gutters need the same tender loving care as the rest of your home. And gutter guards could be the most important home upgrade to save you time, money, energy, and… Read more »

Top 4 Reasons Your New Roof Could Fail

Top ways a new roof can collapse. In the roofing business, we see it all the time: homeowners calling us to fix shoddy work; attics unable to breathe because of lousy ventilation; roofs at risk of collapse because cheap, unreliable products were used and important corners were cut by lazy contractors. The lucky homeowners call… Read more »

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4 Easy Steps to Royal Treatment

  • Speak to a specialist
    to see if you qualify.
  • Meet a professional
    inspector at your home
  • Get an estimate
    (Good for one year)
  • the hard part.
    picking a color