One good thing about working with reputable residential roofing contractors is that you hardly have to think about technical matters. They already know what works and what doesn’t, and can advise you accordingly.
Whether it’s a residential or a commercial roof replacement that you’re tackling, the pitch of the roof is one of the most significant factors to take into account. For starters, a low-pitched roof — also known as a low-slope or a “walkable” roof — is hit by wind and water in a different way when compared to a roof with a higher slope. Another difference is the cost.
Planning home improvement projects for your home can be overwhelming. Even if it’s just a simple residential roof repair, it can be a bit costly unless your budget is managed wisely. You just can’t afford to take these issues lightly, so these renovations have to be worth the cost. Part of knowing how much you need to spend for your project is to know what to expect in a given roofing… Continue Reading
IKO, a global leader in residential and commercial roofing products, has recently launched its IKO Approved Applicator Program for commercial roofing contractors. In this blog, licensed roofing contractor Creative Construction Group shares how the IAAP benefits our customers.