1. Why is Your Roof Leaking? Part 2

    In our previous blog post, we discussed two possible reasons for your roof’s new leak. Today we’d like to address more common causes of roof leaks so you know what to look for! Poorly Sealed Valleys Valleys are where two parts of your roof meet. Since these are typically located on the sloping sections of your roof, they can be difficult to seal. When sealed improperly, it’s common for water…Read More

  2. Why is Your Roof Leaking?

    We at Houser Roofing understand how annoying it is to dig out a bucket and set it under a dripping ceiling! Make sure you know what is causing the leak. Is it an issue with your roof? Here are a few common roof problems you can spot: Cracked Flashing The flashing of a roof is the pieces of metal your roofing contractors install underneath the shingles to make a waterproof barrier. This metal can b…Read More

  3. How to Prepare for Your Roof Installation

    You’ve met with your roofing contractors and made all your final decisions. The day of your roof replacement is approaching, but do you know how to prepare y our home for its impending makeover? Follow these tips from Houser Roofing to make the construction process as painless as possible! Indoor Preparation: Make sure you take down any valuable paintings, photos, or mirrors from your walls tha…Read More

  4. Repair or Re-Roof?

    When you find a leak in your roof that begins to damage your home, you might assume you need a new roof! While this might be the case, sometimes the problem could be solved with a simple repair instead of a replacement. Make sure to call the Rosenberg roofing contractors at Houser Roofing! We can take a look at your roof and help you decide what the next best step is. Signs it might be time for a …Read More

  5. Shingles or Metal: What Roofing to Choose?

    If you are looking to redo your roof, you may be caught at a crossroads: Do you choose a metal roof or an asphalt one? What benefits does one have over the other? Roofing contractors know the pros and cons of both, which we would like to share with you today. Asphalt Shingles Pros: Inexpensive: Asphalt shingles are an economical choice that won’t break the bank. Proven: Builders have been using …Read More