People say an ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure, but that’s not necessarily true when it comes to the likes of severe weather and natural disasters. You can’t exactly prevent a hurricane from happening and so, for many homes, the only way to face the storm is to make adequate preparation.
Over time, your roof gets exposed to the worst elements that nature can throw at it. Roofs are designed to withstand years of wind, rain, snow, ultraviolet rays and possibly the occasional tree branch. However, this abuse gradually takes its toll until the inevitable comes, which brings us to the question: should you repair the damage or should you replace the whole roof entirely?
When it comes to roofing, expert roofing contractors understand that mere protection just won’t cut it; you need complete protection. Total Protection Roofing System™ is more than shingle deep. It integrates several components and layers designed to perform three critical functions.
Sentry Exteriors offers quality gutters and gutter guards. Our K-style and half-round gutters come in aluminum, galvanized steel and copper. Aluminum comes in different colors and thickness for extra strength and durability. Galvanized steel is the strongest and longest-lasting gutters due to their heavy-duty material. Copper is the most expensive of the three, but is also the most beautiful. Most experts agree that copper is the future of roofing and… Continue Reading
Gutters are designed to direct water into downspouts and away from areas of your home. Yet, when they get clogged, water can become trapped and overflow. It can cause snow and ice to sit on your roof, causing ice dams. Gutter guards prevent these issues.