A “green” roof helps keep you home or business reduce your overall carbon footprint. While there are numerous materials on the market, only a handful can actually be called green: asphalt shingles, concrete (cement) or clay tiles, metal and TPO.
There’s a reason why clay and concrete tiles are popular among roofers and homeowners alike in New Mexico. While this material is perhaps one of (if not the) most expensive roofing types available today, it more than makes up for it with its extremely long lifespan, almost maintenance-free durability and unmatched curb appeal.
The Better Business Bureau reports that 70% of the complaints they receive are about roofing and roofing contractors. Your roof is quite possibly one of the more expensive investments you will make on your home, and the large amounts of money put into this improvement is why so many people file complaints.
Preventive commercial roof maintenance offers many benefits, but it all boils down to saving money. Ironically, many property owners shun it because of the cost. While it’s true that roof repairs aren’t free and are sometimes not reimbursable, they’re a necessary expense to avoid spending more in the future.