Several factors will decide whether you should go for repair or a complete change of your roof. If it is a matter of a few leaky patches or damaged areas, a repair of those areas is an obvious solution. If a few of the shingles have blown away as a result of a storm or strong winds, you should definitely go for replacing only that part of the roof. Repairing and replacing a few shingles will surely be a cost efficient solution as well.
However, if your entire roof shows signs of damage, it would be a better decision to go for complete roof change to save on recurring repairs.
We all want to get the best possible deal when it comes to spending our hard earned money. However, there are some items that fall in the “never bargain shop” category. A new roof ranks high on that list. 😉
The Indiana Roofing Contractors Association (IRCA) exists to improve the roofing industry in Indiana and beyond.
Our membership base consists of commercial and residential roofing contractors, manufacturers, distributors, consultants and industry professionals.
The Indiana Roofing Contractors Association is an affiliate member of the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA)
Our activities include educational sessions, community service projects, golf outings, and our annual meeting and trade show
Any person, firm, or corporation engaged in the roofing industry is eligible to become a member of this Association. The term “roofing industry” includes: contractors engaged in the business of applying and/or installing all types of prepared roofing, slate, tile, metal, Neoprene-Hypalon, Elastomeric, Butyl or any other product used as a roof covering.
Do you often see a great looking site and ask yourself “does it use WordPress?” Sometimes the answer is simple – footer says it all, but more often than not you have to do a bit of detective work. With more and more webmasters hiding the fact they use WordPress we’ll teach you different ways to confirm if a site uses WordPress or not, discuss why some feel the need to hide the fact they use WP and show you a neat trick to find out what theme a site uses.
Water damage is one of the most common but underestimated forms of damage to residential and commercial properties. Arising from a variety of sources such as water from extinguishing fire, to broken pipes, blocked drains, faulty appliances, storm water and other causes. Property owners can be astounded by the damage water can cause in a very short period of time. When water damage is not attended to immediately or thoroughly, it leads to “secondary damage”. Secondary damage is usually more expensive and inconvenient, generally occurs when property owners or managers try and dry out their own premises without help from professional water remediators. Secondary water damage can also happen when extensive time has elapsed and water intrusion has drifted behind walls and begun to wick through drywall, carpet and other building materials. When water intrudes to these areas without professional remediation, it often results in inevitable mold issues when the untracked moisture is met with heat and other factors that facilitate microbial growth. To keep water damage to a minimum, Heritage Restoration relies on the latest moisture detection equipment, including infrared cameras to identify all moisture points. With 24/7 availability and state-of-the-art equipment, Heritage Restoration will locate all the water damage, thereby eliminating future repair costs and ensuring an accurate diagnosis of the damage. Working directly with property owners, and their insurance companies, Heritage Restoration restores homes and business to their original states with leading industry techniques and equipment allowing the client peace of mind during the remediation process.
Premier Energy is a proud supplier of CountryMark Fuel. CountryMark is an American-owned oil exploration, production, refining and marketing company. The company’s complete line of premium quality liquid fuels begins with light, sweet American crude oil brought in from Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky. This 100% American crude oil is refined to the highest specifications at the CountryMark refinery in Mt. Vernon, Indiana. Fuel quality is protected as it travels north along a 238-mile private pipeline. State-of-the-art blending technology at each CountryMark fuel terminal ensures that biodiesel and ethanol blended fuels are formulated for optimal driving performance and winter operability.