Our Roofing Blog

What Is The Average Lifespan Of A Slate Roof?

We recently had a look at metal roofing. But what about slate tiled roofing? Slate tiles have a brilliant reputation for homeowners, and roofing experts too. The main reasons are because they look great, they’re durable and hardwearing and make for a good all round...

Should You Get A Metal Roof?

Metal roofs have become increasingly more popular in Cambridge as recent years have gone by. Metal roofing technology continues to advance and is therefore becoming more accessible to business owners and home owners alike. Metal roofing is still relatively expensive...

3 Key Reasons To Select Our Cambridge Contractors

Hello, and thanks for finding your way to our blog!  Today is a quick article on why you should pick our company to fix your local Cambridge roofing problems. This is simply a quick message on why you should select us, nothing more, nothing less!  Let’s jump...

More About: Flashing and Valleys

Last week, we dropped an article about roof valleys. This week, we want to bring you more information about roof valleys! As your local Cambridge Roofing firm - we want to give you a large database of roofing information whenever you need it!

What Are Roof Valleys? Everything You Need To Know

Roof valleys are the “V” shaped guttering like metal material running up and down the folds where two parts of a roof meet. If you need excellent Cambridge roofing, we can install any kind of new roof, with or without valleys. Or make any repairs you need! Roof...

The Layers of Your Roof: What’s Beneath the Shingles?

Take a moment; stare out the window, at the sea of roofs beyond. What do you see? Tiles, shingles, asphalt or perhaps concrete. But below the hard shell, is a complex series of layers serving vital functions for your home. As with all things in life, you don't even...

Different Types Of Flat Roofing Systems

In the recent past, flat roofing options have become popular. Business and homeowners are preferring them mainly because they wear better compared to older material. Their long-lasting nature (can last up to 25 years) makes them a darling of many. Different types of...

5 Signs You Need a New Roof (And What You Should do)

If you’ve been living in a house for many years, or just snagged an old property for a bargain price, you may wonder about how safe the structure is and what renovations you may need to embark on to up the housing value and make your space more comfortable. A major...