Roof leaks aren’t always caused by something as severe as storm damage. Once your roof has sprung a leak, rainwater can get anywhere, often in places that are hidden from sight. By the time it makes its way onto the ceiling, the damage would already be done. If you suspect a leak in your roof, King Roofing suggests keeping an eye out for the following signs.
It is hard to deal with the aftermath of a storm, especially if it affected you, your family members and your property. After all, there is no stopping such forces of nature from wreaking havoc on everything in their path. Yet, when damage to your roofing system presents itself after the storm has passed, you can always take advantage of restoration services right away. It is also a great thing to have an insurance policy handy.
Asphalt shingles continue to be a popular roofing material of choice for many homeowners. Thanks to advances in manufacturing, they have become even more durable, flexible and dynamic than ever before. In today’s blog post, King Roofing, LLC takes a look at the step-by-step process behind the production of top-notch asphalt shingles.
The first few hours after a storm passes your area are perhaps some of the most difficult moments you may have to deal with. In addition to making sure your family is safe, you also have to ensure both insurance claims and storm damage restoration are completed as soon as possible. In this blog, we discuss a common roofing scam: storm chasers.
As a GAF Master Elite® roofing contractor, King Roofing, LLC is proud to offer best-selling products such as the GAF Timberline® Shingles. These industry-leading shingles are designed with GAF Advanced Protection® Technology. In this blog, we take an in-depth look at how this technology helps protect your home from the elements.