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: