Cost, ease of installation and appearance are all factors when choosing a roofing material.
A good roof is graceful, it's good-looking, and it ages well. To realize that end, however, you'll need to do three things: design the roof appropriately, build it right, and take good care of it.
The weak link in most existing houses is in the connection of the roof sheathing to the rafters or roof trusses.
While no two roofing jobs are exactly alike, all share one basic premise: when completed it cannot leak.
Gutters are the unsung heroes of a home's exterior. When constructed from copper, this oft-overlooked detail becomes more than a rainy day standout.