Before any major home improvement project like a roof replacement, it’s important to consult with your residential roofing contractor and hash out all the plan details before hammering in the first nail. Without a good plan, a project is more likely to fail, after all, and with roof replacements being one of the most expensive and complex construction work you’ll probably ever take on, you definitely do not want that to happen.
Trees are good assets for your property; after all, not only do they enhance your home’s overall aesthetic appeal but if they’re paired with a good landscape design, they can help increase your property values as well. However, according to roof replacement experts, having trees on your property can be a double-edged sword as they have their own advantages and drawbacks for your roof.
Here, Fortenberry Roofing tells you the ways trees can help and harm your roof.
Attic insulation is very important for every home. After all, not only does it aid your home in being energy efficient but it also keeps it comfortable no matter what season it is. When it comes to looking for suitable insulators for your home, on the other hand, you’ll most likely hear people tell you to look at its R-value. But what exactly is the R-value and how valuable is it?
In this post, Fortenberry Roofing reveals everything you need to know about the R-value and how valuable it really is.
Engineers and contractors are coming up with innovative ways of reducing the environmental impact of buildings. You might have heard of the green roof, which cools down your roof in summer and insulates it. It was just starting to get traction when another innovation emerged—the blue roof.
Some are even saying the blue roof is the new green roof. Fortenberry Roofing, one of the top insulation companies in the state, elaborates further below.
Metal roofing is fast becoming one of today’s most popular roofing options, and can be used to replace existing asphalt shingle roofs with sound roofing structures. In this blog, residential roofing contractor Fortenberry Roofing takes a closer look at an important metal roofing component: underlayment.