There are so many different shingles to choose from for any new or re-roofing project. As a homeowner, you now have options ranging from style, strength, and color — all of which can be a bit overwhelming if you don’t know how to distinguish one from another.
Every year inclement weather causes billions of dollars of property damage in the United States. For many homeowners, this means roof repair or replacement. There is however one that stands firm in the face of driving rain, relentless snow, punishing hail, thrashing winds, and temperature extremes.
A roof made with slate tiles or cedar shake shingles can have a very impressive look. In the late 1800s they were the favorite choice of homeowners for roofing materials. However, that preference has waned largely because today shake and slate roofs are costly to buy, install, and maintain.
A critical factor in the performance and lifecycle of a home’s roof is its ability to vent. The correct amount of attic ventilation extends the life of a roof because it minimizes the temperature differential between the attic and the air outside.
The construction of a new Hotel Walloon began in 2014 when Wolgast Corp. accepted real estate developer Jonathon L. Borisch’s contract to recreate the quaint elegance of Walloon Lake’s 1890s charm with a building modeled after the original structure.