Nothing puts a damper in your day like noticing a leak coming from your roof. A leaky roof is a sign of some sort of roof damage, and that damage might be worse than you think. There are a few things you can do to try and minimize damage and rectify the situation as soon as possible. Here are the steps to take if you notice your roof is leaking.
If the siding on your home is looking dull, discolored, worn, has holes, is warped, has cracks or has slight damage from a storm it can be an eyesore. When this happens, it's good to consider repairing the siding to keep your home looking nice. Repairing siding that isn't badly damaged can be a quick and easy job.
Unless significant damage occurs, knowing when to replace the siding on your home can be difficult, but if siding is left for too long it can create more of a headache than if it was replaced when it was supposed to be. Here's a few tips and tricks on how to tell when you should consider replacing your siding.
Deck more than just the halls this winter season and start getting your residential or commercial roof ready for winter. As winter nears, we tend to spend more time inside, giving us more time to take care of small projects around our home/business. It is recommended to get a head start before the brutal climate hits as it can be dangerous to keep up with maintenance during abnormal weather conditions.
Tackling a commercial roof project can be a stressful process within itself, yet alone finding the right type of commercial roof. We want to make it easier for you and help you go through a few important points to take into consideration on how to choose the right commercial roof based on cycle costs, your expectations and preferences, plus much more.
As a homeowner, you know the importance of having a sturdy roof over your head. Seriously, a roof protects you, your family and all of your important belongings that are stored inside your house. It's undeniable the importance of taking care of any roof damage that starts to show up over time. Unfortunately, that roof won't last forever.
Calling all business owners! It is time for the long-awaited task: completing maintenance on your commercial roof. With summertime already here, you want to make sure your facility is up and running from the ground up. See common maintenance that should be performed frequently on your commercial roof below.
Alliance Roofing is proud to announce we have a new location in Daphne! Our new location will service Daphne, Fairhope, Foley and Orange Beach. We are a company that has been locally owned for over 25 years and want to continue doing what we love, servicing the people of Mobile and Baldwin County!
Rather than stressing out about potential storm damage, let's educate! By educating yourself on how storm damage can affect your roof, you will be able to catch the issue early on and get it handled before it causes worse damage to your home. Here are a few examples how storm damage can affect your roof:
A working roof over your head is often a comfort that goes unnoticed until it's too late and you need a new roof. That's what Alliance Roofing is here for. Knowing what affects the lifespan of your roof can help you plan for the future and get out in front of leaks, holes or any other upcoming repairs.
While your cup of coffee or tea and a cozy blanket might be calling your name, it's important to step outside long enough during those blistering cold winter days to check out what's happening on your roof. We mean checking for frost. Or, the lack thereof.
After a storm, you are left with the responsibility of making sure your roof did not sustain any damages. This can be quite difficult to do especially if you do not have any prior knowledge of roof structures. There are obvious signs of roof damage like when a tree falls on top of the roof.
Roofs are known to withstand typical wear and tear throughout the years. But, is there a way to know when roof damage has been made? There are ways one can check for signs of roof damage yourself, or you can have a professional roofer come in to thoroughly inspect it for an accurate diagnosis. It is always recommended to check for annual roof damage by having an inspection completed once or twice a year. For all other times, look out for these warning signs.
Owning a business can be tedious work, especially if your building is susceptible to a leaky roof. You want to be able to give your clients your best year-round, no matter the weather. You also want to ensure all of your product is safe and weather-secure, and a big part of that is getting a regular inspection. In order to do that, you must first choose a commercial roofer who will guarantee a job well done. Learn how you can find the right commercial roofer with these simple tactics.
One usually never plans for an accident to happen until it actually does. On a stormy day, you notice the beautiful tree that stands outside your kitchen window, as you overlook while doing the dishes, is shifting left and right. You then realize it collapses and causes roof storm damage. So what do you do now? We help you in knowing what to do when unforeseen natural disasters like this and amongst many other situations occur.
A hurricane has come through and hit your home. Now that the storm is over it's time to look for potential damage to your home, especially the roof. Strong winds and heavy rain can cause serious issues and damage on a roof and you want to make sure it can be documented and fixed as quickly as possible so you can get your home back in working order.
Your roof serves as your home's infrastructure's most important line of defense, so giving your roof the updates and maintenance it needs is very important. When you notice damage on your roof, you should call a skilled roofer right away, so that the problem doesn't escalate or else these problems might occur.
Searching for the best roofing companies might look a little this: you search the nearest company based on location through a search engine site. Then you look at the ratings and reviews. You then checkout their website or call to get a quote. Then you narrow down your list to the company that suits you best.
That added protection on your roof isn't just for the wintertime. The different types of roofing and insulation material vary, but all are virtually used for the same purpose. Whether it's your loft or deck surface space that requires it, your roof insulation project is just steps away from becoming a must-have home installment.
A leaky roof is bound to happen. It can be disastrous for your commercial space if not taken care of right away. You may begin to notice it early on with noticeable signs such as peeling and cracking in the ceiling. Here are five quick fixes to hold you over until you contact your roofer for a repair.
Roof leaks ruin anybody's day, and they always seem to come around at the most inconvenient of times. We know exactly what you should keep your eye out for, because chances are-we've seen it happen before. Here are a few of the most obvious signs we look for when determining if a roof is experiencing a leak.
Another day, another leak. If this is becoming a part of your day-to-day life, maybe it's time to start thinking about replacing your commercial roof. We know this is a lot to think about, so here are a few common signs we suggest to look out for if you suspect you might be needing a new roof:
When a storm hits, it can sometimes sound like the roof is being ripped off right over your head, and sometimes it is. Most of the time, roof damage from storms isn't as severe as this, but it's good to know what types of damage a storm can do and how that could impact your roof and home.
The new year calls for a well-overdue new flat roof for your commercial building. A flat roof is made from different materials depending on the type you so choose. It is good to note that while they all have different advantages, the architecture behind it is made so that the commercial flat roofing system withstands better against angular/peaked structures.
Ever wonder what type of roofing material is best for your residential or commercial space? What are the pros and cons when it comes to durability and longevity? Will you want to make the switch from one roof material to another? There are many qualities to consider when comparing your options. Today we compare metal roofs to shingles.
It is bound to happen. A bad weather forecast is on its way and is calling to seek shelter. With winter approaching, ice, heavy winds and even hail can all have a negative impact on your roof. So, how does exactly bad weather affect your roof? Let us dive into it!
Hiring a professional to repair or re-roof your commercial building or residential area is a beneficial service that will last you in the long run. If you find yourself in need of either type of service or want to know more about the differences that roofers make while on the job, we are here to help break it down.
Has that "uh-oh" moment happened yet with your roof? Whether it happens during a yearly inspection, you just went through a storm or you happen to have noticed other visible signs, have no fear, it is more common than you think! Check out these common types of damages and what you can expect.
Your roof is easily the most crucial part of your home. Roofs protect us from inclimate weather of all kinds, and allow us to control the internal temperature of our homes no matter how hot or cold it might be outside. If your roof is failing, then let's be honest, the whole house is in trouble.
There is no need to stray away from questions that may seem obvious as a homeowner because well, we have heard it all! If you are confused or simply want to look over frequently asked questions about your roof, here are the most common ones.
With summer nearing and more time to focus on home improvements, most people might lean towards a DIY project versus getting a professional to do the work for you. Learn about the differences between doing it yourself versus a professional doing the work as a residential roofer and weigh out your options.
When it comes to the roofing industry, things don't always have to stay the same! Because we work with such a wide variety of residential and commercial roofs, we see a wide variety of trends throughout the years. Here are three of those top trends that we noticed in 2019, and plan to see more of in 2020: