A Quick Guide to Roof Material Options

Posted by Brett McCutcheon on Jul 10, 2017 9:53:56 AM

For home and business owners, replacing a roof is never high on the “fun project” list. It’s the type of project that is never done proactively and becomes a necessity, often unexpectedly, when a new leak or weakness is discovered. John F. Kennedy once wisely said, “the time to replace the roof is when the sun is shining.” If you’re thinking your roof might be due for replacement, do your homework in advance. Here is a quick guide to roofing options, including material, cost, difficulty to install, and life span.

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Topics: Metal Roofing Fasteners, RoofLoc® SCRAIL®, RoofLoc®, Roofing, Roofs

5 Things to Know Before Installing a Slate Roof

Posted by Brett McCutcheon on Feb 16, 2017 1:18:13 PM

Now that slate roofing is experiencing a renaissance, more customers are requesting it. Roofers looking to grow their business may be wise to expand their services to include slate installation. But, slate roof installation is a specialized task that takes experience and planning. Here, we want to give you five points to consider before you take on slate installs.

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Topics: RoofLoc® SCRAIL®, RoofLoc®, Roofing

Metal Roofing Making a Comeback in 2017

Posted by Brett McCutcheon on Jan 5, 2017 12:56:13 PM

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Topics: Metal Roofing Fasteners, RoofLoc® SCRAIL®, RoofLoc®, Roofing

Responsible for Construction Budget? Ways to Spend Wisely …

Posted by Brett McCutcheon on Nov 10, 2016 11:37:23 AM

As an independent contractor or a Project Manager (PM) within a large construction company, the goals are the same: produce quality work, on time and on budget. If properly bid out with no surprises along the way, then “on budget” can be more easily accomplished. But it’s construction, and we all know what can and will go wrong. So how can you attempt to keep on schedule and budget? 

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Topics: Construction Fasteners, Deck Fasteners, Scrail Fasteners, Fencing, Steel Studs, Crate Fasteners, subfloors, RoofLoc® SCRAIL®, Tools

Why It's Easier to Succeed with Metal Roofing Installs

Posted by Brett McCutcheon on Nov 3, 2016 12:55:37 PM

Why It's Easier to Succeed with Metal Roofing Installs

Metal roofs aren’t a new concept. Some of our most historical buildings have metal roofs, like the Pantheon. But, despite being a long-lasting roofing solution, they never became mainstream in construction in the 20th century, and much of that had to do with tools.

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Topics: Metal Roofing Fasteners, Scrail Fasteners, RoofLoc® SCRAIL®, RoofLoc®

Why Metal Siding Is a Top Option

Posted by Brett McCutcheon on Sep 15, 2016 10:31:00 AM

Which type of roof to purchase and install is a big decision for every homeowner. Second to the roof is the home’s siding. The siding gives the home a certain look and also protects the structure and insulates it from the heat and cold. Homeowners want low maintenance siding that does not cost much to maintain or repair. In this article we will discuss why metal siding is a top option for many homeowners.There are many options available for siding material including metal. Metal is very low maintenance even in areas where there is severe winter weather. Snow, sleet and frost do not really affect metal, and it does not absorb moisture or promote the growth of mold or fungus.

With other siding materials, homeowners may have to spray regularly to prevent insect damage and infestation, but insects do not like metal so there is no need to spray.

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Topics: Metal Roofing Fasteners, Scrail Fasteners, RoofLoc® SCRAIL®, RoofLoc®


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