13
April
2020

Maintaining Curb Appeal During Quarantine

Maintaining Curb Appeal During Quarantine
There were plenty of April showers this year in North Texas. And now that it’s May, our yards are filled with blooming flowers and lively trees, and perhaps some weeds, overgrown bushes, and messy flowerbeds. While America is on shelter-in-place orders, there’s no better time to go outside, soak up the sun, and get your yard back in shape.

While you’re outdoors, make sure your yard isn’t damaging your roof system. Here are some tips to prevent overgrown trees from harming your roof.

The number one tip for yard maintenance is to trim your trees. All of the rain during April makes your trees grow at an exponential rate. And now, they need to be cut back, away from your gutters and roof to prevent animals from scurrying along the branches and ending up on your roof system.

Trimming your trees is a routine task that you might be well versed in. If not, don’t worry. It’s a fairly easy task. Grab your ladder and a pair of tree trimmers. Wear a pair of gloves to protect your hands, climb the ladder, and look for any tree limbs that are encroaching on your roof. Cut them down in small sections to prevent a large branch from falling on your home or landscaping.

Next, clean your gutters. Cleaning your gutters removes everything animals might be looking for after April showers. This is another project that can you can complete on your own. To clean your gutters, grab your pair of gloves and a ladder. Climb your ladder and scoop out any debris that’s fallen in your gutter system. For the downspouts, use a pressure washer to wash out any clogs.

Finally, inspect your roof. While you’re on your ladder, look around your roof for any missing shingles, loose flashing, or other suspicious roof mishaps. If you notice anything, call Joe Hall Roofing.

Keeping your roof system free from debris keeps your roof system clean and prevents any animals from doing any damage to it. If you ever feel uncomfortable performing these tasks on your own, don’t hesitate to call an experienced roofer.

With a clean yard, you prevent animals from turning your roof into an animal playground!

16
March
2020

Roof Maintenance During Shelter-in-Place Orders

Roof Maintenance During Shelter-in-Place Orders
Summer break is drawing near. And with the shelter-in-place orders across America and abroad, homeowners are doing a lot of do-it-yourself projects. Inspecting your roof is one of those routine tasks you can do from your home. Here are some tips to help you inspect your roof.

Look for fallen tree limbs. Tree limbs and leaves as well as other tree debris love to fall and make a home on your roof system. Unfortunately, this can harm your shingles and deteriorate your roof faster. Avoid this by making sure tree limbs are safely out of reach of your home’s roof. The last thing you want is for your tree to grow so much that the limbs scape the shingles and loosen the granules.

Leaves inevitably fall as the wind blows. Depending on the type of trees in your yard you could have leaves, pine needles, or other tree debris falling onto your roof system. And a little bit is to be expected. But if you allow too many leaves to collect, they start to trap moisture and cause mildew to form among other problems. Take a rake or a leaf blower to remove them safely and easily.

Inspect your gutters, flashing, and chimney. Gutter damage can happen when too much debris clogs the gutters or when heavy snow or ice builds up. Make sure that your gutters are unclogged by running some matter through them. Unclog, fix loose nails, and keep your gutters in functioning condition. While you’re going around your house looking for gutter problems, inspect your roof for any missing shingles, chimney damage, and loose flashing.

Looking for damage to your roof system can save you from extensive damage that happens after a roof has been neglected. If you find any missing shingles, mold, or damaged areas on your room, call Joe Hall Roofing to get your roof repaired.

17
February
2020

How to Choose a Roofing Material for Your Home

How to Choose a Roofing Material for Your Home
Joe Hall Roofing works with a wide range of commercial and residential customers looking for quality, lasting roofing services. Residential roofing services available from Joe Hall Roofing include standing seam, asphalt shingles, wood shingles, tile, slate, coated metal, and metal roofing.

Working with the leading roof product manufacturers, Joe Hall Roofing offers high quality, lasting roof systems. Manufacturers available include GAF, Owens Corning, CertainTeed, Tamko, and Malarkey. All of the products used for residential roofing meet the Class IV resistance, which most insurance companies give a discount to their policy holders for having.

Joe Hall Roofing renders a wide range of services, from installation to repairs on MaxFlo soffit vents, ridge vents, power vents, turbines, and low-profile vents as well as skylights.

Joe Hall Roofing serves the great Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, including Arlington, Mansfield, Plano, Southlake, Fort Worth, Dallas, and more. Using the latest materials and technology, our residential roofing division ensures that the products we use are geared for maximum performance.

High quality and lasting, residential roofing options include composition, metal, polymer, wood shingles, tile, and slate roofing materials.

Composition roofing shingles are incredibly durable and high quality. This material is popular as it can mimic most roofing styles and can easily blend in with a desired look without spending the added expenses for those materials. Composition shingles can be manufactured with special preventative treatments against UV fading, warping, algae growth, and cracking.

Metal roofing material is used for more than its good looks. In fact, engineered steel protects against environmental factors. But, it also offers a low-maintenance roofing solution able to withstand the tests of time. Metal roofing also provides resistance against roof discoloration and damage. This material is increasing in popularity as well as a long-lasting solution.

Polymer rubber roofing is best known for its natural look. This material is durable and stands up against Mother Nature well. Other features of polymer is that it doesn’t fade, it can mimic other materials, and it blends in with any home style.

Wood shingles offer an upscale look for your home. Providing a customer element to your curb appeal, wood shingles are high quality, made of premium materials to outlast any weather element. Each crafted wood shingle provides customers with a unique and elegant style.

Tile is a unique material used as it gives a very specific look and style to your home. Choose from Spanish tile, shake tile, clay tiles, and many more. Spanish style is among the most popular tile roofing style, but tile roofing is very dynamic and can be used in a combination of hues.

Slate roofing is among the most durable roofing systems available, especially valued during the harshest of winters. This time look is long lasting and unique to provide your home with a gorgeous aesthetic appeal.

29
January
2020

Winter Weather Effects on North Texas Roofs

Winter Weather Effects on North Texas Roofs
With the unpredictable North Texas weather, we’ve seen 70 degrees fall to 30 degrees in one day. Add some rain, sleet, and snow in the mix and you’ve experienced winter weather in Texas. As you prepare for the crazy winter weather in Texas, make sure to inspect your roof. Severe winter weather can do serious damage to your roof system, especially if you aren’t doing routine maintenance and inspections. Little problems turn escalate into big, expensive issues.

To help you prepare, read through these common winter effects on North Texas roofs.

Many Texas homeowners know the effects of ice and hail storms all too well. With hail sizes ranging from quarter size to softball size, there’s no predicting what will happen during a storm. While it’s difficult to prepare for a hailstorm, knowing the effects might encourage you to keep an eye out for any small issues.

When hail is strong or large enough, it can puncture your roof system, causing leaks harming the structure of the home. Hail damage isn’t obvious to see, though. An inspection after any storm will help you identify hail damage to metal vents. Look at the shingles for cracking, missing granules, and bruising. If you notice any circular cracks, also known as dimples, that is caused by hail.

Because Texas rarely sees snow, it’s common for homeowners to not know how to properly inspect and manage the roof system after accumulated snow. Heavy snow puts pressure on the roof, which leads to cracks and leaks. While this is more commonly prevalent in older roofs, new roofs aren’t exempt.

Ice, what most North Texans consider a sign of winter, is what most often occurs during the winter months. Did you know that when ice freezes around the edges of the roof, an ice dam results. This blocks water and melting snow from draining off the roof. With all that water sitting on the roof, it can put pressure on the roof system and starts to leak into the home.

Finally, winter weather can damage flashing. Flashing is the sheet metal applied over the roof’s joints. This protects the joints and directs water flow down the roof so it’s not sitting stagnant on the roof. Flashing can be seen around the chimney, vent, skylight, and dormer windows. While the metal used is incredibly durable, harsh winter weather can create an issue. Over time, flashing can pull away from the roof and, if not addressed before winter weather, can cause water damage from accumulated rain, snow, and sleet.

Protect your North Texas home with durable roofing materials installed by a professional. Once installed, your job isn’t done. Routine maintenance and inspections ensure that your roof is ready for the changing weather. From fall to winter to spring to summer, there’s always a threat from Mother Nature. Stay ahead of the game and keep small issues from turning into a large, expensive hassle.

04
November
2019

Finding an Aesthetically Appealing Roofing Material That Will Last

Finding an Aesthetically Appealing Roofing Material That Will Last
Choosing the right roofing material for your home comes with a lot of difficult decision. With such a wide variety of styles and materials on the market, how can you determine which will best meet your needs? Let us break down the most popular materials for you so you can find the shingle that will add curb appeal to your home while keeping it safe for many years to come.

There are so many roofing types to choose from. It can be overwhelming to find the right material for your specific roof pitch and style. You want to find a material that’s durable, reliable, and will last for decades. But you also want to get the most bang-for-your-buck. Here’s a list of the most popular, affordable, and stylish residential roofing materials.

Joe Hall Roofing provides superior residential roofing services in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Whether you’re located in Mansfield, Plano, Southlake, Arlington, or the surrounding areas, there’s an expert waiting to help make your roof system secure and aesthetically appealing.

Composition is among the most sought-after materials in the industry. This residential roofing shingle is durable, can match the style and aesthetics of your home, and can be manufactured with special preventative treatments against UV fading, warping, algae growth, and cracking.

When you drive through your neighborhood, chances are high that the majority of homes have composition shingles. That’s because this reliable material is one of the most durable roofing solutions on the market. With a wide variety of color choices, you can easily find a hue to coordinate with your brick and create beautiful curb appeal.

Another popular roofing style is Spanish tile. Tile, in general, offers a number of benefits, including incredible protection and unparalleled aesthetics. This stunning roofing material is available in several difference styles and colors. Specialty tiles include Spanish tile, shake tile, clay tiles, and more. Find the perfect tile to add depth, dimension, and flair to your home.

Tile is a heavier roofing material, requiring a sturdy structural frame to hold its weight. If your home meets this requirement, you’ll find endless benefits to tile roofing. Not only is it strong, but it’s durable and lasting. Whether you want a Mediterranean feel or a traditional look, tile roofing offers sustainability and reliability.

Joe Hall Roofing is a North Texas leader in installation of new metal roofs. This roofing material is rising in popularity as the farmhouse style has become much more sought after. In addition to the style of metal roofing, this roofing material provides superior quality, durability, and sustainability. In addition, residential metal roofs have a lower life cycle cost when compared to other roofing types.

When you compare roofing materials, all have their own set of advantages. The biggest factor for homeowners is typically cost and durability followed by aesthetics. Whichever roof material you choose from Joe Hall Roofing, you can rest assure that it is reliable, lasting, and will increase your home’s curb appeal.

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