Increase Your Home Value With A New Roof

Increase Your Home Value With A New Roof

While it’s true a few worn shingles won’t make or break a home sale, there’s no doubt replacing an outdated roof increases home value. Additionally, your home will sell faster and for a higher price if prospective homeowners know the roof is five years old or less. If...
Choosing A Roof For Your Historic Home

Choosing A Roof For Your Historic Home

Your beautiful bay area home is in need of a new roof, but how do you go about that without sacrificing its beautiful, architectural design? The good news for you is that innovative roofing materials make it possible to re-roof an 18th or 19th century home without...
The Good And Bad Of A Flat Roof

The Good And Bad Of A Flat Roof

Flat roofing systems are common in many historic downtowns, as well as mid-century and modern home designs. There are both good and bad elements to a flat roofing design. The main focus for any flat roof design, build, or replacement is waterproofing.   Without the...
Why A Roofing Drip Edge Is Necessary

Why A Roofing Drip Edge Is Necessary

Home waterproofing and structural protection are one of the roof’s most essential jobs, and that’s why a roofing drip edge is necessary with any new roof installation or as part of a roofing repair.  What Is A Roofing Drip Edge?  Roofing drip edges are L-shaped, sheet...
How To Clean Vinyl Siding Properly

How To Clean Vinyl Siding Properly

The great news about vinyl siding is that it lasts for decades, with minimal maintenance. That durability and longevity do, however, depend on routine maintenance. Routine cleaning, at least once per year, is the recommendation of every vinyl siding manufacturer we...