Waiting can be hard for anyone. Roofers are no different. Whether it is a residential or commercial roof, roofing contractors can face a whole slew of issues from weather to equipment issues. If you are home or business owner curious about what goes into your roof repair, listen up. Continue reading “What Goes Into a Residential Roofing Project?”
With winter come and gone, it is time to enjoy the fantastic weather of Spring. However, though spring comes with many fresh and beautiful things, there can be some downfalls. First, the green blanket is the bane of most Greenville residents. That green blanket covering your car is pollen. Though we have beautiful spring weather here in South Carolina, we suffer from allergies. Keep the Claridon close. Continue reading “What to Expect From Your Roof in Spring-Roofing in Greenville, SC”
Commercial roofing methods have been around for as long as commercial buildings have been around. Gravel and tar built-up roofs were very popular in the 1840s. However, recent commercial buildings are built with a type single-ply membrane roofing system. For instance, if you were to look at new commercial construction, most likely the roofers would be putting on PVC (Poly Vinyl Chloride), EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer), TPO (Thermoplastic Polyolefin), TPE (Thermoplastic Polyolefin Elastomer) or PIB (Polyiso Butylene).
These are all great roofing methods for new construction, but what happens when you have roof leaks or a worn out old roof? Continue reading “Roof Coatings: What are they?”
It is that time of year again: Tax Season. We don’t exactly wait in a fainted breath to file them. However, most people do try every way to get as much back as they can on their taxes. Combing through charitable contributions and work receipts, we look for anything to give us an edge. Sometimes, that can lead to asking the obvious question, “Are tax breaks available for home improvement projects?” More specifically, “Are tax breaks available for a roof repair or a new roof installment?” Continue reading “Roof Installment: Can I Write It Off On My Taxes?”