There are two types of gutters: K-style and half-round. K-style gutters are the go-to choice for many homeowners because of their smooth design, which adds a sleek, modern look to homes. But don’t count out half-round gutters just yet. They offer just as many benefits as K-style, and in some cases, may even be the…
Author: Winfield Builders Team
Different weather conditions can damage your roofing system in different ways. High winds, for instance, can loosen, crack or blow off the roofing materials, increasing the likelihood of water infiltration. But just how vulnerable your roofing system is to wind damage will depend on a few essential factors. Winfield Builders, the trusted roofing company in the area,…
When your roof has issues, your insurance is one of the first things that comes to mind. You can expect your insurer to cover damage due to extreme weather events. However, if the problem occurred due to negligence or lack of maintenance, they might refuse your claim.
If you are replacing your roof, make sure to check if you need to obtain permits or approvals from your homeowner’s association (HOA). Failing to let your HOA know about your roof replacement can result in fines. Securing all necessary documents before your project starts can also help avoid delays.
After a storm hits your area, you should schedule a roof inspection, even if your roof appears unscathed. In today’s post, your local roofers at Winfield Builders explain why this is so important.
What type of roofing material should you choose for your roof replacement? Asphalt shingles have remained one of the most popular choices for decades, and for good reason.