How to Think Beyond the Box for an Energy Efficient Home

December 4th, 2017|

  There are lots of ways to increase your home’s energy efficiency, and you may have already tackled some of the big ones, like sealing air leaks around the exterior, having a Kansas City roofing company install attic ventilation, investing in insulated siding or replacing your drafty older windows. Here are three “beyond the box” suggestions that are worth implementing as well, to help you enjoy a more energy-efficient home. […]

Small Actions for Big Energy Savings

November 27th, 2017|

If you're looking for ways to save energy, you may not realize that you can get big results by taking small actions that improve your home's energy efficiency. Here are three such actions that can bring you long-term savings: Have Your Attic Inspected Issues in your unconditioned attic can directly affect how much energy it [...]

The Facts about Energy Efficient Homes

November 20th, 2017|

  Whether you are upgrading your current home or building from scratch, you want your home to be energy efficient. After all, an efficient home provides maximum comfort, protection from the elements and minimizes operating costs. So, if you have questions about home efficiency, get the top-to-bottom facts right here from your favorite Kansas City roofers. […]

How to Prepare Your Roof for Wind Damage

November 2nd, 2017|

  Strong storms accompanied by high winds aren’t at all unusual in the Kansas City area. Since your home’s roof sits up high and exposed, it’s particularly susceptible to wind damage that might include: […]

Make Sure Your New Home Siding has These Qualities

October 12th, 2017|

If you’re planning to update your home’s siding, how can you be sure you’re choosing the right product? Experienced Kansas City roofers and siding experts will tell you that looking for certain characteristics can help you determine whether a siding product is a wise investment. Here’s our advice on what to look for. […]

Solar Ventilation And The Efficiency Of Your Home

October 9th, 2017|

Having a power roof vent installed in your attic is a smart way to clear out super-heated air and excess humidity and help curb your home’s HVAC energy consumption. The main drawback of traditional vents is their energy use, which can increase your utility bills by a couple of hundred dollars a year and offset any potential savings. […]

What to Look for in a Great Gutter Installation Service

October 2nd, 2017|

The trees around Kansas City are lovely. We have beautiful mixes of deciduous and coniferous trees that dazzle with color and cool with shade. Those same trees, though, also clog gutters. Clogged gutters can give way, bend, or pull off from the fascia holding them to your home. If your Kansas City-area home is due for gutter replacement, you are no doubt shopping for a gutter replacement specialist. But what should you look for in a gutter company?   […]

How Winter Impacts your Flat Roofing System

September 28th, 2017|

The December 10-11 ice storm that gripped Kansas, says the Wichita Eagle, left some spots with two to four inches of ice on surfaces. A load like that on a flat roofing system can spell disaster, but ice storms are not the only enemy of your flat roof. Winter in Kansas City impacts your flat roof in many ways. […]

How to Best Plan for Flat Roof Replacement

September 18th, 2017|

Putting a new flat roof on your commercial property is a costly undertaking, so it’s understandable if you postpone it as long as possible. While you’re trying to get every bit of value from your existing roof, it’s smart to develop a replacement plan now, so you’re prepared when you’re advised that your old roof is no longer repairable. Here’s an overview of what the best plans entail: […]

Qualities to Search Out in the Most Helpful Roofer

August 28th, 2017|

  Some bosses only want to be told about important issues if they ask. If they do not ask, their employees know not to tell them. Other bosses encourage their teams to keep them informed, which is nearly always a better management method. […]