1. Worn Wood Shake Roofing

    The Benefits and Drawbacks of Wood Shake Roofing

    There may be no roofing material that is more timeless than wood shakes. Wood shakes have been in use for millennia, providing a unique, natural appeal as well as protection for homes. As a tried and true roofing material, there are some obvious benefits to wood shingle roofing. However, as more mod…Read More

  2. Weathered Slate Tile Roofing

    The Benefits and Drawbacks of Slate Tile Roofing

    Are you considering slate tile for your new roof? Like any other roofing material, slate tile has a host of benefits and drawbacks that are unique. For example, folks favor slate tile roofing because they love its look, yet others shy away from slate, due to its price. Where do you stand? Well, if y…Read More

  3. Flashing on a Brick Home

    The Importance of Weatherproof Flashing

    While you may have seen flashing around your roof and the rest of your home, you may not know what it is and what it does. Well, this part of your home’s exterior is important in ensuring that the envelope of your home is sealed and protected from the forces of Mother Nature, even around your home…Read More

  4. New Shingles Installed on Underlayment

    Why We Use Underlayments

    Your roof is your home’s first layer of protection against the storms that Mother Nature can produce. As such, it’s crucial to ensure that your roof is built well enough so that it’s up to the task. While the outermost material of your roof (e.g. the shingles of a roof) will provide the most p…Read More

  5. Attic Insulation Installation

    How to Keep Your Roof Cool This Summer

    Your roof will endure hours and hours of sunlight this summer. And with all those solar rays comes heat gain for your home. So, what can you do to ensure that you aren’t paying hundreds to keep your home cool in the middle of the summer? Well, there are a few steps that you can take to make your r…Read More

  6. Leak in a Home Ceiling

    The Unseen Dangers of a Leaky Roof

    Every homeowner knows that a leak is a bad sign when it comes to your roof. After all, if you have water pouring into your home, your roof simply isn’t doing its job. But how much damage is a leak really causing? Behind our walls and above our ceilings, leaks can be causing serious damage, especia…Read More

  7. 3 Reasons to Clean Your Gutters

    3 Reasons to Keep Your Gutters Clean This Fall

    As Massachusetts' roofing experts, we know first hand how important it is to keep your gutters clear of debris. And, with fall in full swing, it’s likely that your gutters are clogged with leaves. That’s bad news for your roof, but it is an easy fix. So, why is it so important to keep your drain…Read More

  8. What Causes Roof Damage?

    What Causes Roof Damage?

    Your roof should be rugged. Preferably, it’d be impenetrable. Unfortunately, roofs aren’t perfectly impervious to damage. Even the most expensive roofing materials are prone to damage over time. So, what causes roof damage? And how can you avoid it? Well, today, we have the answers. As Massachus…Read More

  9. How Can Precipitation Penetrate My Roof?

    How Can Precipitation Penetrate My Roof?

    Homeowners want a home that can withstand the weather — after all, it provides peace of mind to have a strong roof over your head. It’s important to keep your roof tip-top. Otherwise, you may soon have water pouring into your home, and that can cost thousands in repairs, especially if it goes un…Read More