When replacing your gutters, you can opt to install either a sectional or seamless system. Sectional gutters are made of individual components that are joined together via seams, while seamless gutters are made of one long component that’s created on-site to fit the dimensions of your roofline.
Author: Zach Dickie
Even the highest-quality roofing systems will sustain wear and tear over time due to constant exposure to the elements. Whether your roof is damaged by an extreme weather event, such as a storm, or simple aging, this can make your home vulnerable to water damage.
A strong storm can damage many parts of your home, from your roof to your windows. If you sustain roof damage after a storm, there are a few things you need to do right away to help restore your home–and there are also some things you should absolutely NOT do. Read on as we share…
Your roofing system is made of many individual parts, which must be installed precisely for the roof to function properly. Even a small error made during the installation can compromise the weather protection and energy efficiency of the roof. That’s why you should hire a credentialed roofing contractor.
Metal roofing systems have become more popular in recent years because they’re durable, long-lasting and aesthetically versatile. In this blog post, Winfield Builders, one of the top roofers in our local area, explains everything you need to know about metal roofing systems.
There are many different gutter materials on the market today and aluminum is one of the most popular. Aluminum gutters are known for their durability, visual appeal and ease of maintenance. In this blog post, Winfield Builders, the top roofing company in our local area, discusses the benefits of aluminum gutters.