Warm climates put extra demands on residential roofing systems. If you live in a warm climate and need to replace your roof, it’s important to choose a material that has been designed to withstand extended periods of scorching heat.[Read more…]
Wilson Roofing, your local provider of residential and commercial roofing services, is a GAF Master Elite® roofing contractor. As such, we’re required to carry adequate insurance and stay committed to ongoing professional training from GAF. More importantly, we’re authorized to offer and install GAF’s Lifetime Roofing System, which come with stellar warranties.
Every roof has a ventilation system. Two of the most important vents found on your roof are on the soffit and the fascia. They’re essential in keeping your roof free of damage and in maintaining its defense against bad weather. Read on as Wilson Roofing, your trusted residential roofing contractor, discusses more.
An asphalt shingle roof is a regular sight on residential homes across the country because of how widely popular it is. Due to its high demand, manufacturers continue to innovate with asphalt shingles to make them last longer and look better. However, there are some asphalt shingles that are a cut above the rest. A good example is the GAF asphalt shingle roof collection.
Many types of commercial roofing systems require frequent maintenance to perform properly over the years. This can be time-consuming and financially onerous for business owners. Fortunately, with built-up roofing, you can significantly cut down on maintenance requirements without compromising the performance or longevity of your commercial roofing system.
Asphalt shingles are the most popular roofing material on the market. As a matter of fact, 80% of residential roofs in the U.S. are built with asphalt shingles. [Read more…]
While residential and commercial roofing systems share the same function, they also have key differences. Understanding the main differences between commercial and residential roofing systems helps you make informed decisions about your own roofing needs. Read on as we explain how these roofing types differ [Read more…]
Color theory may be a far-off memory from elementary school, but now that you’re about to install new siding in your home, it’s time for a refresher. In today’s post, Wilson Roofing breaks down the basics of the color wheel to help you choose a siding design that gives your home a charming, cohesive aesthetic: