August 6, 2020
Your roof works to provide decades of excellent weather protection for your home. But like every exterior home component, it has an expiry date. But how do you know your existing roof system is already flagging and needs a replacement? Hinkle Roofing, your premier shingle and metal roofing contractor, shares what signs you should watch out for:
July 8, 2020
There are many components in your roofing system. Most know about shingles, chimneys or gutters because they are easily noticeable. However, there is another component that deserves to be included in home improvement discussions. It is called the soffit or the underbelly of your roof. It brings function and beauty to your building at the same time.
July 1, 2020
Choosing to repair or replace a roof is a big investment for your property. For one, it is the main exterior system that is responsible for protecting your home or business from harsh weather conditions, such as extreme heat and sharp-hitting hail. Finding the most energy-efficient materials is key to a good roofing system. However, it is also critical to hire an experienced and skilled residential or commercial roofing contractor to install it. Luckily, organizations like the Better Business Bureau® can help you accomplish this duty.
June 9, 2020
The roofing system is composed of several components and made from different materials. Along with shingles and gutters, the roof flashing plays an essential role in keeping your roof and home free of water damage. But what is it exactly? To help you understand what roof flashing is, metal roofing contractor Hinkle Roofing shares important points to consider.
May 1, 2020
When it comes to commercial roofing projects, property owners will be pleased to learn that they have a wide range of options for materials. One such material that is very popular is EPDM roofing due to its various benefits. What may shock you, however, is that EPDM isn’t the best commercial roof material there is. In fact, according to some experts, TPO is said to be better than EPDM. Here’s why: