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7 Benefits of Insulating Your Roof

Are the cold hands and feet back already? As the summer heat is on its way out, more time spent indoors means we are aware of things going on at home. Drafts and high energy bills this early in the season are a warning sign for a cold winter ahead, but it doesn’t have to be like that. Roof insulation is one of the most common causes of colder homes, and it is becoming a more valuable investment in your home as the weather shifts.


What is Residential Sloped Roofing?

Considering roofing repairs and maintenance? The most common time for booking a re-roofing service is after the winter months. Days of heavy snowfall, ice storms, and wind can take a toll on your roof. Whether this is your first time renovating your roof or you’ve lost count, we want to help you protect your home this year. 


What is Commercial Flat Roofing?

From new construction builds to re-roofing, we have something for everyone when it comes to flat-roof commercial buildings. Re-roofing can be quite intrusive for the property owner and tenant as there are people in and around the structure during the roofing process. Knights Roofing takes the utmost care and diligence in the work site’s safety and provides tenants with up-to-date information and progress to help the project go smoothly.

Roofer inspecting the shingles of a home

What are the Benefits of a Residential Roof Inspection?

At Knights Roofing, we go the extra mile to help protect your home’s roof system through comprehensive inspections. A roof system is constantly exposed to dramatic changes in temperature, rain, wind, snow, ice and sunlight. This exposure, as well as normal wear and tear, degrades roofing materials. Wood becomes brittle and weak, metal rusts and shingles become worn, all of which can allow water to infiltrate your home causing expensive cosmetic or structural damage.


5 Essential Tips to Preventing Winter Roof Leaks

When snow falls and ice builds on your roof, it’ll start to melt during these warmer temperatures. That water and moisture will move down your roof and start to pool around your eaves. Then when the weather freezes once again, it’ll cause ice to form. This is what we refer to as ice dams.