Posted by Derek Perzylo on June 16, 2020

Hail Season Can Damage Your Roof: Here’s What to Look For

As Albertans, we breathe a giant collective sigh of relief when the snow melts and the weather turns warm… well, warmer, anyway. However, once the snow is gone there’s something else to look out for: severe thunderstorms. The province’s weather patterns and geographical location put Alberta directly in the line of fire for these extreme weather events from early June…

Damaged Shingles

Posted by Derek Perzylo on November 26, 2017

Is Your Roof Saying That It’s Time For a Replacement?

Your roof is what separates you from the extreme Albertan elements by acting as a lid on top of your home. Much like other lids, when a hole is present or damage has occurred, it doesn’t take much for liquid to penetrate.

Roofing Contractor Making Repairs

Posted by Derek Perzylo on August 1, 2017

Three Common Roof Repairs Your Home Will Eventually Need

Unlike fine wines, which mature and develop character over time, the best and strongest years for your roof are the earliest ones. Given enough time – two decades or so will usually do the trick – you’ll experience the inevitable leaks, breaks, cracks and standing water pools which plague longstanding roofs. Even if the initial workmanship is done completely to…

Posted by Derek Perzylo on January 21, 2017

The Three Most Likely Reason Your Roof Leaks

Your home is probably your most important investment.  Roof leaks can cause significant damage to your home if not repaired immediately. The source of a roof leak can often be difficult to locate as water can travel away from where the leak is located.  Whether your roof is brand new or 10 years old, having this information in mind could be…

Posted by Derek Perzylo on December 19, 2016

Why Hiring Roofers is Better Than DIY

If you’re handy, the thought that you could save a bunch of money by doing your own roof yourself has probably crossed your mind. Don’t let us discourage you, either. If you’ve got the chops needed to complete the project, do it! There’s nothing better than the feeling of a job well done, and saving some cash in the process…