1. Why You Shouldn’t Attempt To Fix Your Roof On Your Own

    In short, here’s why: Because you’re going to get yourself injured! Roof repair is serious business, and although we’re definitely biased on the matter, it’s always best if you leave it up to the experts. Hanging up holiday lights on your roof is one thing, but navigating roof repair and spending extended periods of time on top of your home present obvious but valid safety concerns. Fortun…Read More

  2. Replacing vs Repairing Your Roof

    No other part of a home is as important as a roof - in fact, no shelter is complete without something hanging above you to protect you from the elements. Despite the sheer importance of rooftops, they tend to be overlooked when shopping for a home and many people are quite surprised at the cost of replacing or fixing their roof. Quality roof repair might be a bit costly, but what else are you goin…Read More

  3. What To Look For In A Roof When Buying A Home

    If you’re in the market to buy a new or used home, let us begin by saying congratulations! Transitioning from renting a place to owning a home is a major life milestone and something that every homeowner should look back on with pride. As you very well know, there are an incredible number of things to consider when deciding on the right house to purchase. Finding a place within your budget and g…Read More

  4. Tips For Hanging Lights On Your Roof This Holiday Season

    As the colder temperatures and shorter days set in, the darkness of the winter begins to take over. While the lack of daylight and extra sun can be a bit of a bummer, holiday decorations and bright lights around your home can be a good contrast against the dark evenings (seriously, 4:30 in the “afternoon” is just too early for it to be getting dark outside). So, as is customary for millions of…Read More

  5. Simple Ways To Winterize Your Roof This Season

    At this point in the year, winter is right around the corner, and here in New York, everyone knows what that means: snow and even more snow. Even with the help of the Farmer’s Almanac, it’s difficult to predict the severity of each winter season, but it’s best to be prepared for the worst. After all, the roof of your home is what keeps you safe, cozy and dry during these harsh times of the y…Read More