We may not get harsh winter weather here in Tennessee, but the drop in temperatures can magnify common roofing problems. In this blog, roofing company Mobley Brothers Roofing & Restoration discusses roofing problems that make themselves known during winter.
Plastic products have a bad reputation because of environmental concerns. It may come as a surprise then that vinyl is the most sustainable siding product on the market. The siding and roofing contractors at Mobley Brothers Roofing & Restoration shares a look at how manufacturers like CertainTeed® are making headway in sustainable building materials.
Whether you’re looking for residential siding or commercial roofing contractors, asking the right questions can point you to the best contractor for the job. In this blog, Mobley Brothers Roofing & Restoration shares the questions you should ask your siding contractor before you sign the contract.
Earlier this year, Owens Corning® earned a place on the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index (DJSI World) for the 10th consecutive year, along with being named Industry Leader for the DJSI World Building Products group for the 7th year in a row. The roofing contractors at Mobley Brothers Roofing & Restoration shares a look at what these recognitions mean for homeowners and contractors alike.
The winter season will be here in a matter of weeks. While winters in Tennessee are not as intense as in other parts of the country, you should nevertheless take precautions to keep your commercial roof in good shape. In this blog, roofing contractor Mobley Brothers Roofing & Restoration shares roofing precautions that can help minimize winter problems.
Much has been said about asking the right questions when looking at prospective roofing contractors: valid licenses, references, perhaps a certification or two from major roofing manufacturers. In addition to all of these, Mobley Brothers Roofing & Restoration shares lesser-known questions that you should ask a roofer before hiring them.
Your gutters are a very important part of your home. After all, they divert rainwater to prevent it from affecting your roof, siding and foundation. With that in mind, it’s important that you keep up with their maintenance. Thankfully, there are a few questions you can ask yourself that will help you properly determine the state of your gutters and what course of action you should take.
In this post, gutter and roofing contractor Mobley Brothers Roofing and Restoration discusses the three important questions you should always ask yourself when assessing the state of your gutters.