News

Welcome to our Christian Brothers Roofing news where we’ll pass along trade tips, helpful information and weekly articles to keep you informed. Feel free to have a look around!

Choose the Right Roof

  • 05.23.17
  • 2 min read

According to GAF, the roof can represent up to forty percent of your home’s curb appeal. This is a large, long-term decision, so choose wisely.

Buying a House. . . What About the Roof?

  • 04.11.17
  • 3 min read

Incurring a large expense in order to sell a home is one of the last things a seller wants to do.

Select The Best Roofing Contractor

  • 03.13.17
  • 3 min read

Finding the right company to replace your roof is more important than one might think.

When Should I Call My Insurance Company?

  • 02.13.17
  • 3 min read

Insurance companies define storm damage as a sudden, instant occurrence. Storm damage is also subjective depending on which dictionary is being used.

EXPLANATION OF ICE DAMMING ON THE ROOF

  • 01.17.17
  • 3 min read

The days following a snow storm, you may have noticed a leak or damage to your ceiling. If it has never appeared before, even during heavy blowing rains, then there is a good chance you have an ice dam.

The Roll on Felt

  • 12.19.16
  • 2 min read

Felt paper’s purpose is not to make the roof waterproof. In fact, the purpose of an underlayment is to protect the wood sheathing from any condensed moisture on the underside of the shingles.

COMMON ROOF LEAKS

  • 11.16.16
  • 2 min read

Winter is around the corner. Address any roof repairs or issues before snow and ice worsen the problem. Here we will examine the most common sources of roof leaks.

THINGS THAT DON’T BELONG ON A ROOF

  • 10.26.16
  • 2 min read

In the spirit of Halloween, here are some of the odd, weird and even scary things we have come across while on roofs.

Keep Trees Trimmed Away From Your Roof

  • 10.07.16
  • 2 min read

Once the leaves have fallen, it’s a good time to do some tree trimming. There are a few reasons you need to keep trees trimmed away from your roof.