Your roof is exposed to different weather conditions. It gets battered by strong winds, heavy rains, occasional hail and scorching heat from the sun. What most people fail to remember is that there’s one thing that’s very damaging to your roof: ultraviolet (UV) rays.
Home renovations can be costly, but there are home improvements that are eligible for tax deductions. Some home upgrades give you the benefit of having your taxes deducted for a certain amount. In this article, Stapleton Roofing, a trusted roofing company, discusses what criteria should your home improvements meet in order to be tax deductible.
Roofing manufacturer TAMKO® offers a solution that lets homeowners enjoy the benefits of their high-quality asphalt shingles on low-slope roofs: SA BASE and CAP. Here’s an in-depth look at this exceptional low-slope roofing material.
One of the hurdles homeowners face when researching their roofing options is the number of roofing-specific terms. Being familiar with such terms can help you make informed decisions when consulting with a roofing contractor and let you get the best roofing system that your home deserves. The following are some of these often-used terms.
If need to replace your roof, be sure to cover all the bases when selecting your roofer to ensure your investment will not go to waste. Keep in mind the following when making your first call to signing your contract.