1. Reviewing Roofing Estimates Part 2

    In our last blog, we started going over roofing estimates. Once a prospective roofer looks at your home, he will give you an estimate of work to be done, materials needed, what it will cost, etc. These documents can be intimidating if you do not understand what good ones look like. That is why we are taking the time to give you guidance on how to go over estimates. Incidental Costs and Labor Somet…Read More

  2. Reviewing Roofing Estimates Part 1

    Texas weather isn’t kind to our roofs, but that does not have to worry you. When you contract Authority Roofing to maintain your roof, you are in the best hands. We have decades of experience with all kinds of roofs, and we know what it takes to keep your home or business safe and dry. In our next two blogs, we are going to go over roofing estimates. Customers often find estimates to be confusin…Read More

  3. Questions To Ask A Prospective Roofer: Part 2

    Finding a good roofer can be a daunting task, especially if you have never hired one before. One of the best things you can do is ask good questions, but if you do not have experience, how do you know what to ask? We are here to help! In our last blog, we offered three important questions to ask a prospective roofer. We have some more for you. Will you give me a written estimate? Answer you want t…Read More

  4. Questions to Ask a Prospective Roofer: Part 1

    At Authority Roofing, we are committed to giving you the very best roofing services from licensed roofers. We know that you have many companies to choose from in Plano, Texas. Here are essential questions to ask prospective roofers before deciding whom to hire. Are you licensed? Answer you want to hear: Yes, in most states. Why do you want this answer? You want this because though states require r…Read More

  5. Busting Roof Ventilation Myths: Part 2

    In our last blog, we busted three myths about roof ventilation, because it is very important to properly understand this system that is so crucial to your home. In this blog, we’re finishing up with the last three myths below. Roof vents waste warm air during the winter Many people believe that because heat rises, it gathers in your attic and is lost through the vents in the winter. This is not …Read More

  6. Busting Roof Ventilation Myths: Part 1

    Proper ventilation of your roof will prolong its life and the health of your home. When it comes to ventilation, there are quite a few myths floating around. Don’t be fooled by these misconceptions - your roof (and you) can’t afford it! In one of our previous blogs, we did a general overview of myths, but in this two-part series, we will go more in-depth. See part 2 here.  Roof vents = great …Read More

  7. Why Roof Inspections Are Important

    Whether you are buying, selling, or maintaining a house, the shape of a roof is difficult to determine without getting on it and using an experienced eye. Failure of a roof means failure of a house, but that is easy to prevent with roof inspections! The purpose of a roof inspection is to detect problems and figure out how much longer your roof will last. It is recommended to get three different i…Read More

  8. How to Keep Your Roof Healthy During the Summer Heat

    It is common knowledge among homeowners that hail, rain and wind can all be incredibly hard on your roof, but did you know that heat can also cause your roof to wear out prematurely? UV rays and heat will damage your roof and speed up the entire breakdown process. Luckily, there are certain things that you can do to help protect your roof from the sun and the heat. The following is a list from our…Read More

  9. How to Keep Your Roof in Great Shape

    No one wants to have to replace their roof prematurely. As a homeowner, the last thing that you probably want to do is to have to replace your roof before it is due, but unfortunately, if you don't take proper care of your roof, that is exactly what will happen. Your roof is what protects you from extreme weather and sunshine, and because it is exposed to all of the elements, there are many things…Read More

  10. Preparing Your Roof for April Showers

    April tends to be a pretty rainy month, and while all of that rain may make those beautiful flowers bloom in May, it can also be hard on your roof. Spring storms often come with heavy rain, and if you don't properly prepare your roof, you could end up with leaks and other issues on your hands! Wouldn't you rather learn how to prevent those issues from happening in the first place? If so, you've co…Read More