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slate roof in black
Posted on June 4, 2021 by baker-admin
You might be wondering if slate is more expensive than most roof coverings, then how can it be one of the most cost-effective roofing materials? Slate material costs are three or four times the average asphalt shingle cost per square (a square is 100 SF), and the accessories are more expensive as well. Not to mention that slate roof installation requires more skill, and as you may have guessed, installation costs are also much more. Now, Read More...
White Roof Coating Applied with Roller
Posted on November 24, 2020 by baker-admin
Repairing your roof with a roof coating is not only a durable, lasting repair but it is also a way to extend your entire flat roof's lifespan Roof coatings, or liquid-applied membrane (LAM), is a perfect solution for many flat roof substrates such as TPO, concrete, modified bitumen, metal, and asphalt. LAM roof coatings cure to a rubber-like membrane material. The benefit of a roof coating is that it does not have any seams. Read More...
Exerior Remodel baker roofing and construction
Posted on October 28, 2020 by baker-admin
When it comes to home improvements and home remodels, many homeowners are faced with the same dilemma, which projects have the highest return on investment (ROI). While not all projects are prioritized based on ROI, here we will be discussing the home improvements that will bring you the biggest bang for the buck come time to sell your home. Top Exterior Home Remodel Choices for a High ROI When ROI is your main concern, Read More...
Posted on April 28, 2020 by baker-admin
Metal roofs like standing seam and r-panel systems are incredibly durable and long-lasting. You can expect a 60 plus year lifetime with proper maintenance. Metal roofing has long been the choice for barns, farmhouses, modern homes, and industrial buildings alike. Strength, sustainability, and attractiveness are all significant benefits of metal roofing. However, Read More...
Owens Corning Class IV Roof Shingle
Posted on February 21, 2020 by baker-admin
You may have heard of Class IV roofing or maybe the term high-impact or even impact-resistant. These are all terms used for roofing systems that have exceeded the standards of the test, UL 2218, that is performed by Underwriters Laboratories. Class IV roofing systems include many different types of roofing materials, not just asphalt shingles such as tile, metal or synthetic roofing. Read More...
modern farmhouse on the hill
Posted on September 27, 2019 by baker-admin
Modern farmhouse designs have been increasing in popularity for several years now. The contemporary clean lines and the comforting feel of a country farmhouse combined make for a gorgeous home. The mixture of concrete fiber siding with sealed raw wood accents and metal materials really define the basic farmhouse style. But when it comes to the roof there are a few options. In this article, Read More...
cost of a roof
Posted on August 10, 2019 by baker-admin
All homeowners at some point will be asking the question, how much does it cost for a new roof? Well, this depends on several factors. In this article will discuss the costs for different roof systems plus the variables that factor into the price range of roofs. Roof Materials Which roofing material you choose for your home is the biggest deciding factor on the price range for a new roof. Read More...
Sustainable Living
Posted on April 25, 2019 by baker-admin
What Is Sustainable Living All About? Sustainable living has become a catchphrase for anyone looking to be hip and add followers on their favorite social media sites. Sustainable living is more than a definition. It is a collective mind with one main goal set forth, for our world to continue to maintain a healthy existence as natural as possible for generations to come to enjoy. In other words, Read More...
New Roof Shingles
Posted on March 28, 2019 by baker-admin
When we think about upgrades, we think about upgrading our phone or maybe our internet service. So, how often do we think about upgrading our roof? Probably not very often but why not? Your roof provides most of the protection from the elements. It protects your home from rain,hail, snow and even falling and blown debris. If your roof fails, it could lead to unsightly water damage, structural damage or mold and rot. Additionally, Read More...
30 year roof shingle
Posted on February 20, 2019 by baker-admin
A 30 - year roof will last 30 years, right? Wrong! 30 - year shingles also known as laminated, dimensional or architectural shingles typically do not last 30 years. 20, 40, or 50 - year shingle will not last their designated years either. It is a common misconception and a point of confusion for many homeowners. Thus, trying to make a responsible decision in a roofing system can become difficult. Read More...