Your roof can have one of four fire classifications: Class A, Class B, Class C, or unrated. A Class A roof is ideal for fire protection and may be required by your building codes depending on your place of residence. Whether you’re constructing a new home or outfitting an addition, . . . Read more
Cedar roofing is a beautiful material, but it can be tricky to work with. The rustic all-natural wood expands and contracts depending on the season and is susceptible to water damage if proper precautions aren’t taken. Protect your new cedar roof by avoiding these mistakes as you plan your install. . . . Read more
Here’s what homeowners need to know when it comes to caring for their metal roofing.