Commercial Roofing Maintenance: A Way to Save

Any reliable roofing contractor in Auburn knows that the key to savings when it comes to commercial roofing is to have it constantly inspected and maintained. Many people might be hesitant to do this because it might not make sense at first to put more money out on a regular basis for maintenance, especially when the roof has no obvious damage. You’ll find, however, that the little bits you spend ... More

A Better Roofing Investment: Add Insulation

Usually, by the time you opt for new roofing, something bad has already gone down—or you just really like a new look. Whichever the reason, getting new roofing in Kent WA opens the door to an even bigger opportunity that can help save you money in the long run: new insulation. ... More

Weather in Washington: The Roofs That Matter

What many homeowners eventually come to realize during a reroofing project is that picking a roofing material is often not limited to aesthetics. It’s important to factor in the climate and accompanying weather in your area to get roofing in Federal Way WA that really lasts. ... More

The 5 Roofing Errors That Lead to Leaks

Well-installed Federal Way roofing has no problems, such as leaks. It’s a key indicator of professionalism in a roofing company when they avoid making major goofs in installation. If you’re having a new roof put up, you should know common problems that may occur during and after installation. ... More

Part 3: Ensuring the Success of Your Roofing Project before It Begins – The Talk

Parts One and Two of this series covered the paperwork and numbers involved in your roofing project. To wrap up our discussion on Ensuring the Success of Your Roofing Project before It Begins, we’ll talk about “The Talk”, that crucial first interview and consultation with your contractor. The first meeting between you and your contractor should come with no strings attached—that is, no paperwork ... More

Part 2: Ensuring the Success of Your Roofing Project before It Begins – The Numbers

In Part One of this three-part blog series, we discussed the different paperwork essential to a roofing project: licenses, insurance and bond certificates, permits, and contracts. Today, we’ll find out more about the numbers involved in a roofing project: how much the project will cost, how long it’ll take to complete and more. Job Estimate Part of ensuring the success of your roofing project is ... More

Skylights: Adding More Function and Value to Your Home

Some remodeling projects lean more on aesthetic value rather than functionality. While both of these elements are important, you need to assess which one is more important for the current condition of your property. One good home improvement project that many people overlook is skylight installation. The Department of Energy recommends incorporating skylight design when planning a major renovation ... More

Better Roofs: The Importance of In-Home Inspections

How many times do you check your Des Moines roofing in a year? Truth be told, not all homeowners make roof inspections a priority in their home improvement checklist. Some only start to consider having their roofs checked when the damage has become physically obvious or leaks have started to affect their everyday living. However, this shouldn’t be the case. ... More

Part 1: Ensuring the Success of Your Roofing Project before It Begins – The Papers

Making sure your roofing project goes off without a hitch is largely a matter of advance preparation. In this three-part blog series, we’ll break down the advance prep stage into three main sections: the papers, the numbers and the talk. Let’s begin with the paperwork. License States have different licensing regulations for home improvement contractors, some of which seem more lenient than ... More

Tedrick’s Roofing Expert Install: We Listen to Your Needs

Every Kent residential and commercial property owner wants a good roof over their head. With a variety of advancements in the roofing industry, it seems anything is possible. Roofs provide a shield against the elements, increase the value of your home, and keep you dry and comfortable. So quality is non-negotiable. But what about your particular needs as a property owner? ... More