NEWS AND UPDATES
Your roof works hard every day to protect your home and over time that performance can be compromised by many factors.
Our team pitched in to provide a complete new roof and other exterior repairs to a Georgetown, Texas homeowner through Community Restore.
Yes, a snowstorm inside the gym in July. In Texas. Our very own Mike Pickel is our commercial roofing expert and he was able to detect the problem and help the school administrators solve this mysterious problem.
What kind of home do you have? Is it as energy efficient as you think? Here are some things you can do to help your home perform better.
Black streaks running down your roof are a type of roof algae knowns as Gloeocapsa Magma. These pesky bacteria tend to cluster in groups and locate themselves typically on the north side of roofs where the lack of sun can stimulate their growth.
It’s that time of year when everywhere you go, there is something pumpkin flavored to try – from lattes to pies and bread. Leaves will be falling and there is once again excitement on the football field under those Friday night lights.
In the roofing industry, the Haag name is very well known as a forensic engineering and consulting firm specializing in failure analysis, determining extent of damage and providing repair options. They developed a certification program for roofing contractors where their engineers teach a three-day intensive training session.
During hurricane season, we are often subject to torrential rains when a storm makes landfall. This can cause roofs to fail under the stress of shedding all of the rain. If you notice a leak, follow these tips:
Many roofing contractors hire professional salespeople whose job it is to sell you a roof or repair services. You may have experienced this in your search for a contractor. A well-dressed, friendly sales person comes out to your home for your appointment and proceeds to pull out a laptop or tablet and talks through a prepared presentation.
A cool roof is one that reflects and emits the sun’s heat back to the sky instead of absorbing it and transferring it to the home or building beneath it. When the heat is reflected rather than absorbed, the building will use less energy to keep the interior comfortable and cool.