Posted on 5/15/2017 4:00 AM By iDesign
Although residential homes can incorporate flat roofs and commercial buildings often have pitched roofs with traditional asphalt shingles, there are architectural paradigms as to what roof suits the needs of a particular building. In general terms, homes can accommodate a more appealing style which suits the taste of the homeowner while a commercial building requires function over form with a practical design that is proven to hold up under the most dire of weather. There are some more subtle differences in roofing design which distinguish how a roof is built for a house or a commercial building.
Posted on 2/20/2017 4:00 AM By iDesign
If you are in the market for a new roof, then it’s no secret that metal roofs are one of the best options on the market for homes. Many roofing companies are touting the superiority of metal roofs. However, with an industry fascination for metal roofs, it’s easy for consumers to resist the roof’s appeal due to the hype. Many may think the benefits espoused by industry professionals are simply selling points. However, you get real value when you invest in a metal roof.