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How Tile Roofs Resist Fire, Wind, Earthquakes and Hail

How Tile Roofs Resist Fire, Wind, Earthquakes and Hail

A tile roofing system can last for over a century when installed correctly and maintained properly. Tile roofs are considered eco-friendly since they’re made from natural minerals that can be pulverized and recycled after removal. Both clay and concrete tile roofs are known for their superior resistance to hail, wind, fire and earthquakes. Continue Reading

COVID-19 Update

COVID-19 Update: We are open to help you! State and local requirements in your area currently consider Roofing, Siding & Window installation an essential service. The health and safety of our homeowners and employees are our top priorities. We are following all CDC guidelines for business and have made adjustments to our operations, including offering… Continue Reading

Fast Facts About Asphalt Shingles

Fast Facts About Asphalt Shingles

Asphalt remains the most popular roofing material in the U.S. Asphalt shingles are tiles that are flat or curved, which interlock and overlap to keep water off a pitched roof. Here are five facts about asphalt roofing shingles. Continue Reading

The Roof Replacement Process: What to Expect

The Roof Replacement Process: What to Expect

Replacing your roof will improve your home’s appearance, as well as its functionality. Roof replacement is a straightforward process, but it does pay to know what a typical timeline looks like so you know what to expect. Here’s a brief overview of the roof replacement process, from Sterling Exteriors. Continue Reading

What You Need to Know About Roof Decking

The roof decking is one of the most critical parts of your roof, and by extension, your home. Unfortunately, many homeowners neglect caring for it in the same way they care for the more visible parts of their roofing or siding system. Continue Reading