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Category: Product Knowledge

The Right Roof for Increasing Value

There’s an old saying which is applicable to the roof buying process: “Only the very rich can afford to buy cheap.” We should make careful decisions that will provide a good return on our investments. We have to buy products that will last a long time and be beneficial, freeing us from future repair costs

Metal Roof Budget and Planning

Choosing a metal roof has been increasing in popularity for people across the country. For many homeowners, our home was our largest investment. You have probably chosen your home with care because you love its style, its comfort, and its location. Perhaps your family has special needs and your house suits those well, too. Our

Pros and Cons of Metal Roofing

Identifying the pros and cons of metal roofing for your individual application will include special challenges and considerations, specific to your building project. As a starting place, we invite you to use Benjamin Franklin’s Pros and Cons decision-making tool to help you choose your next roof type. Here’s an itemized list to help you begin.

Essential Reasons to use Sealcoat

Asphalt leaves your pavement with a striking black color that greatly contributes to the overall beauty and value of your property. However, this beautiful dark color is short-lived. Weather and heavy use begin to take their toll, and eventually render it a concrete-gray. A viable way to restore the pavement and prevent asphalt decay is

Eight Steps to Concrete Work

Did you know there are eight basic steps your concrete team needs to follow? Each project is unique, however normally these eight essential steps are the key: An estimator will visit your jobsite to review the conditions and determine it suitable for paving and provide you with a quote. Concrete will last more if it’s based

Why Sealcoating is Important

Asphalt sealcoating is an effective way to reduce the maintenance costs of asphalt and maintain its sleek look. Sealcoating increases the lifespan of asphalt by keeping out the moisture, oils, and UV rays which will penetrate the surface and manifest in cracks over time. Sealcoating can even protect from snow and ice as well as