This spring is turning out to be one of the wettest on record in Oklahoma. The rain also brought with it damaging winds, a few tornadoes and hail. If you suspect your roof has suffered some storm damage, you may have some questions on what to do when it comes to filing a...Read More . . .
If you are looking for a roofing system that offers a classic beauty of slate, clay tiles, or stylish shingles, but without the premium cost, then a stone coated steel roof could be a sensible option for your home. For just a fraction of the cost of slate or clay tiles, you...Read More . . .
Spring is upon us and with that, so is the rain. As a facilities or property manager, do you often worry about how much your existing roof can handle? What if we were to tell you that there is a way to know when a roof leak on your commercial roof system was about to occur...Read More . . .
Like travel, remodeling projects have off seasons. Winter is the best time for a home upgrade. In colder months you will often find the best deals on home improvements that are considered warm weather projects, such as window replacements. But how do you know if your home is...Read More . . .
As a property manager of a flat roof system, one of the many concerns hanging over your head (literally) is the threat of a leak or roof damage. Restorative coatings can give you the peace of mind in knowing that your roof system will be efficiently protected for years to...Read More . . .
As winter heads into full swing, now is a good time to evaluate your home for comfort and energy efficiency. A key component in your home comfort is insulation, as it acts as a barrier to heat. Older homes often suffer from poor thermal efficiency because of the lack of...Read More . . .
A new commercial roof is one of the biggest investments you can make in your business. Red River Roofing wants to help you get the most out of your roofing system. We encourage building, property and facility managers to perform annual roof inspections and make vital repairs...Read More . . .
Proper attic ventilation is often a source of confusion for home builders and homeowners. It is estimated that 9 out of 10 homes in the United States do not have proper attic ventilation. According to finehomebuilding.com, a vented attic, where insulation is placed on an...Read More . . .
It’s so tempting. During a redevelopment project, it’s easy to look at some debris—tattered avocado-green carpet from a 1970s-era lobby, the remnants of a hideously wallpapered wall hiding water-stained stucco—and determine that it has no use, aside from decorating the local...Read More . . .
In commercial roofing, there are many types of roofing materials to choose from, but how do you select the right one to give you the most bang for your buck? There are many factors to consider such as weather challenges for your area and leak resistance. Thermoplastic...Read More . . .