If you need a roof repair or replacement in the Georgetown, Texas area you’ll want to be sure to ask your roofer some important questions before you move forward with selecting a contractor for the job. Here are five questions to ask:
Texas Traditions Roofing President Honored as Roofing Industry Young Gun
Young Guns are industry professionals who are leading their companies with innovation and a passion for excellence and positive change.
Texas Traditions Roofing, a family owned, commercial and residential roofing company serving Central Texas, announced that company President Michael J. Pickel has been honored as one of only five Young Guns in the nation by Roofing Contractor magazine.
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Types of Residential Roofing Materials
As a homeowner you have many choices when considering what residential roofing materials to use on your home. Choosing the right one might seem overwhelming, especially since your roof contributes greatly to the curb appeal of your home. The team at Texas Traditions Roofing is here to help you make the right choice. It’s important to understand the differences between each option so read on to learn more about the different residential roofing materials that you can choose from.
Why Roofer Near Me is Not The Best Way to Find a Roofer
You know the drill. We all do it when we need a service of some kind, whether that be for our home, our business or even our vehicle. We hop on the phone or computer, pull up the search engine (usually Google) and type in what we are looking for. In the case of roofing services, many people search for roofer near me. This delivers pages and pages of results of roofing companies that are in your geographical area. Or are they?
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Preventing Ponding Water
While commercial buildings’ roofs appear to be flat, they actually have a slope, typically a 1:12 or 2:12 pitch. A roof cannot be completely flat because it needs to be able to shed water following a rainstorm. This is why your commercial roof’s drainage system is so important for keeping your building watertight.