Replacing a roof on a mid-sized Phoenix house usually takes at least several days, especially when considering preparation and cleanup. Several days of noisy roof work significantly disrupt most families, especially if an adult works at home or homeschools children. Before you invest that kind of time into a project, not to mention a substantial amount… Continue reading Five Key Qualities to Look for Arizona Residential Roofing Experts
People call the Phoenix area the Valley of the Sun for a reason. With 240 days of sunshine a year, Yuma is the sunniest city not only in the country but also in the world. Phoenix brings in an impressive 300 days of sunshine a year.[1,2] Ideally, using solar panels to harness that power significantly… Continue reading Choosing Solar Panel-Friendly Roofers in Phoenix: Essential Factor to Consider
One of the most common questions we get as roofers is, “How long does it take to replace a roof?” The only honest answer to this question is, “It depends.” Anyone who gives you an estimated timeframe, at least before they consider all the factors mentioned below, is either telling you what you want to… Continue reading How Long Does It Take to Replace a Roof?
Roof coating, like the roof itself, is designed to wear out. This process occurs quickly in the Phoenix area. Because of the hot sun and intense UV rays, and also because of occasional heavy rains, a flat roof should be recoated every five to seven years. Admittedly, that’s a lot of maintenance. But replacing the… Continue reading Do You Need to Recoat a Flat Roof?
A wet spot on a ceiling isn’t the worst thing that can happen to a homeowner. But it’s pretty bad. Moisture usually means mold or at least an increased risk of mold. Moisture also attracts bugs, mostly roaches, silverfish, centipedes, earwigs, and mosquitoes. Furthermore, moisture damages electronics by corroding contacts and reducing insulation resistance, causing… Continue reading Call a Leaky Roof Contractor Today If You Spot Moisture Stains in Your Ceiling
A new roof is a substantial investment. On average, a new roof costs between $8,500 and $14,000. Be careful not to put too much stock in these figures. Average costs vary significantly in different areas. Also, a new roof on a Hollywood mansion costs much more than a new roof on a starter home in… Continue reading Tips to Help You Choose a Phoenix Roofing Contractor