Roofing Tips & Tricks
Royal Crown Roofing Blog
Read about the latest roofing tips, tricks, and recommendations for your home or business. Check our roofing blog regularly for quality content on all things commercial and residential roofing, roof replacement, and repair. Follow us on social media to stay up to date on the latest posts from the Royal Crown Roofing team.
Getting a new roof for your Houston home? It’s probably time to consider what material the builders will be using. In the Texas sun, the longer your roof will last, the less heat you’ll have to deal with inside your house. [bctt tweet="Your roof needs just as much...
You cannot fully determine the amount of hail damage on a roof from the ground, however, there are some signs that a trained eye can point out and help determine if there may be more damage up top. The presence of one or more of these may indicate a situation where...
Choosing a roofing color can sometimes be hard when you don't have the images in front of you, Our trusted supplier GAF has an app for that.Take a look at the short video we have shared courtesy of GAF, this gives a slight insight into what color you may wish to have...
Royal Crown Roofs Royal Crown Roofing is located in Conroe, TX, but we work with roofs all over Houston we serve Spring, Katy, Conroe, The Woodlands, Livingston, Pearland, Galveston, Crosby, Bellaire, Missouri City, Humble, Pasadena, Baytown, La Porte, League City, Sugar Land, Tomball, Cinco Ranch, Rosenberg, Willis, Stafford, League City, Beaumont, Houston & More! Royal […]
Gutters aren’t just there to be cleaned, like most other aspects of a home, gutters combine form with function, and a well-maintained gutter system has the potential to increase your home’s curb appeal along with preserving its structural integrity. A new gutter can ensure that runoff water from your roof won’t fall into certain areas […]
The average home goes through a lot of punishment day to day, particularly your roof. The amount of exposure they get can damage the structure and leave you open to problems like leaks or holes, particularly during a storm. Here are a few tips to help you keep your home safe from the storm and […]
A leak in the attic? After a strong storm or wind-driven rain, take a look in the attic for signs of a leak. It could indicate damaged shingles, inadequate underlayment or deteriorated flashing. Blistering or peeling interior or exterior paint? Moisture trapped in the house due to poor ventilation can cause exterior paint to […]
Q: Will my insurance companies pay for a new roof replacement? A: Your insurance company should pay for damage that is the result of an act of nature or accident. These include hail storms, hurricanes, tornadoes, falling branches or debris, or other incident if specified on your contract. **We use the word should because some insurance companies […]
Here’s a short video on GAF lifetime roofing, this is a brief explanation of the replacement of a roof and how we at Royal Crown roofing can protect your home using Certified GAF products. We here at Royal crown roofing are proud to use GAF as our supplier for our roofing needs. Click here to […]
Why wait for the drip, drip, drip of a damaged roof It’s a good idea to inspect your roof regularly, particularly in Texas where we get extreme weather. You can inspect your roof yourself by either climbing on your roof or by using binoculars from the ground. If you do choose to go up on […]
Here is an interesting short video, courtesy of our suppliers at GAF showing us how Timberline roofs are made and the protection they offer. We here at Royal crown roofing are proud to use GAF as our supplier for all roofing needs. Click here to see more useful information and tips on our blog.
Inspect your roof carefully for the following signs that your roof may need attention: Leaks in the attic after driving rain Blistering and peeling of outside paint Stains, mold, or mildew growth on interior ceilings and walls Roof shingle, sheathing and/or siding decay Missing, cracked, or curled shingles If you notice anything which might be […]