If you are pondering the idea of adding roof skylights, now is the season to get serious, and do your research. The right types of skylights can add a lot of beauty and warmth to any room, but before jumping in, identify the pros and cons.
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If your skylight (roof light) appears to be leaking, this
might not be the case. It could be a
leak, but then it could be just condensation.
If the only time you notice water dripping from your skylight is during
extreme temperature changes rather than when it’s raining, then your problem …Read More
Except for the winter sport enthusiasts, winter is no one’s friend and that includes our roof and gutter systems. Entering the season with knowledge helps a preparedness of mind and the inclination to look for little problems before they get to be HUGE problems. Paying attention to …Read More
Skylights can be a great idea! They bring in more natural light to your home, reducing the need for artificial light and therefore, reducing the lighting bill, but before you do anything, be sure you know your roof! Skylight installation will be different depending on the type …Read More
We’ve been getting a lot of summer storms lately, so it's important for all homeowners to be aware of what they can do to protect a major home investment, their roof.
AH Construction recommends that you keep an eye out for any possible damage that could occur as …Read More
Good ventilation is what you want when it comes to a healthy roofing system. When the ventilation system works well, energy use operates at high efficiency, and you avoid damage to the shingles, wood framing, ceiling, siding, paint and wall paper of your home.
Your home roofing ventilation …Read More
Roof ventilation is critical to any roofing system. It affects the longevity of your roof, as well as the cost of energy spent trying to cool your home in these hot summer months. Good roofing ventilation gives great benefits. It………..
1. Extends the life of your roof.
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Spring time is one of the best times to have your asphalt sloped roof inspected. Problems caught early and repaired will save your structure from further damage inside and out. The asphalt sloped roof requires an exterior and interior inspection. As the homeowner, you want a regular …Read More
Roofers do work all year long. As a matter of fact, some prefer the colder weather because of the extreme heat during the summer. Yes, the winter or cold weather should never stop home or business owners from getting the repairs needed on their roof. Leaks and …Read More
As a rule, commercial roofs are significantly different from residential roofs, so the business landlord/owner needs to hire a roofing company that is well acquainted with those differences. You want a high-quality company that has the experience and skill to deal with these unique challenges.
How are they different?
Commercial …Read More
Wind storms can do a lot more damage than you think, and it doesn't take a tree to fall on your house or the roof to blow off to have a major negative impact. So be sure to inspect your roof after heavy wind storms.
To ensure your …Read More
Scrim is a non woven material used for reinforcing roofing. It’s a relatively new product of technology, more effective than woven fibers. The fibers that make up roofing scrim are chemically bonded, and can be joined at a variety of angles, all adding to its strength and …Read More