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Are Standing Seam Metal Roofs Worth Their Cost?

Are Standing Seam Metal Roofs Worth Their Cost?

Modern metal roofs differ from regular asphalt shingles in many ways. For one, roofing contractors often need specialized training before they can handle this type of roof. This can drive up initial installation costs. However, the price tag is greatly balanced by the...

Which Siding Profile Should You Choose for Your Home?

Which Siding Profile Should You Choose for Your Home?

When it comes to choosing vinyl siding products, you have a plethora of options. From the textures, colors, patterns and profiles, the sheer number of factors to consider can make this decision very challenging. Thankfully, finding ideas and inspiration for designs is...

Don’t Forget Soffits and Fascia When Repairing Your Roof

Don’t Forget Soffits and Fascia When Repairing Your Roof

If you’ve ever had roofers do work on your roof in the past, then you might have come across the terms “soffits” and “fascia.” Soffits and fascia are essential parts of the roof though they are often overlooked; homeowners tend to give more focus on roofing materials...

What Can Blow Shingles Off Your Roof?

What Can Blow Shingles Off Your Roof?

Roofing contractors go to great lengths to make sure the roof they install is able to withstand strong winds, hail storms and other inclement weather conditions. Unfortunately, other factors such as lack of maintenance and aging can weaken some roofing systems...

Should You Fire Your Roofer?

Should You Fire Your Roofer?

When you’re looking for roofing companies, a quick Google search can give you thousands of different results and, depending on your location, you’ll find that quite a handful of them are even local to you. A majority of these companies are actually good and...

Key Siding Terms Every Homeowner Should Know

Key Siding Terms Every Homeowner Should Know

Technical terms are hard to avoid when discussing remodeling plans with contractors. Siding, in particular, has many unique terms that are not heard in casual conversation. In today’s post, the siding contractors at DryTech Roofing LLC discuss key siding...

Standing Seam Metal Roofing Maintenance Tips

Standing Seam Metal Roofing Maintenance Tips

One of the greatest advantages of a standing seam metal roof is that it doesn't require as much maintenance as other types of roofing systems. What makes it even better is some maintenance tasks can be done by homeowners. In today’s post, metal roofing and James...

Reasons to Work With a Local Siding Contractor

Reasons to Work With a Local Siding Contractor

Large national contractors may have the brand-name recognition, however, working with local contractors offer a certain edge that their national counterparts simply can’t provide. In today’s post, DryTech Roofing LLC shares the reasons why you should work with...

7 Essential Components of Asphalt Shingle Roofs

7 Essential Components of Asphalt Shingle Roofs

Asphalt shingle roofs come in all shapes and sizes, however, they have key components in common. In today’s post, the local roofers at DryTech Roofing LLC share a look at these essential components. 1. Framing — The framing is the roof’s skeleton, and...

Common Roof Repair Myths, Debunked

Common Roof Repair Myths, Debunked

Roof repair is not as complicated as it sounds; the process is pretty much straightforward, as a matter of fact. However, myths about it still persist. In today’s post, the roofing contractors at DryTech Roofing LLC debunk some of the most common myths about...

How Can the Winter Season Cause Damage to Your Roof?

How Can the Winter Season Cause Damage to Your Roof?

You often hear from roofers how you have to make sure that your roof is prepared for the winter season. You’ve probably asked yourself how the winter season, even without a storm, can cause damage. In today’s post, local roofing company DryTech Roofing LLC...

3 Benefits Standing Seam Metal Roofs Have to Offer

3 Benefits Standing Seam Metal Roofs Have to Offer

A standing seam metal roof is a type of metal roofing designed to have seams raised above the roofing material itself. It features continuous panels running down from the roof ridge to the eaves, with seams between panels connected by fasteners. Seams have always been...