Planning to renovate your home just in time for Christmas? There will be many things to consider when starting on your home improvement projects. To begin with, you have to check your budget and weigh your options. And, you have to decide if you want to do repairs or invest in replacement components.
Replacing a roofing system is not an easy task, let alone a high-rise building. Just imagine all the work it requires to manage the operation of the building while its roof is being replaced. Add this to the risk management and code restrictions involved with accomplishing the project.
There are many roofing options available for buildings and homes, such as asphalt, fiber cement and metal. Various roofing materials are accessible in different states and regions because of their economic and functional benefits. Metal roofing, in particular, has been gaining popularity as a durable option, especially in states with harsh climatic conditions.
A new law in Texas has made it illegal for contractors, roofers included, to waive insurance deductibles. According to Texas Insurance Commissioner Kent Sullivan, contractors who do so are cutting corners. and this new law is meant to protect consumers from subpar work, especially in the wake of storms.
Metal roofing is increasingly becoming the top roofing system in states affected by extreme climates. Here’s what makes metal roofs ideal for extreme climates.