Hurricanes can produce winds exceeding 155 miles per hour with flying debris, tornadoes and extensive damage from heavy rainfall. This damage occurs along the coastlines but can also impact residents several hundred miles inland.
The Hurricane Season starts June 1 and runs until Nov. 30. If you don’t already have an emergency plan, it’s time to start thinking about it now. Think about how you [...]
It’s Earth Day! Every year we celebrate this planet we live on but environmentally friendly living should take place year round. City Roofing offers these tips on things you can do to ensure your house is Earth-friendly:
Conserve Water There are some very simple things you can do to conserve water in your home.
Run the dishwasher and clothes washer when you have full loads.
Install an aerator[...]
Having clean, operational gutters means that when it rains the water will flow through the gutter and out the downspout. Additionally, clogged or backed-up drains could lead to the water backing up into your home’s foundation, the siding, and fascia and could lead to mold growth or structural damage.
Overflowing gutters are readily evident to a homeowner, but when it happens it is something [...]
On the surface, a roof looks like a simple covering on your home but it’s actually much more complex. The roof consists of layers of different materials designed to work together to keep wind, rain and other weather out of your home. Each layer has a purpose that, when combined with the others, helps protect your home.
The decking on your roof is the base upon which everything else is [...]