The Joyland Roofing Blog

Do Your Gutters Need Work?

  The kind of heavy rain we’ve been getting lately reveals a lot. It washes away dirt and reveals what color your car has been this whole time. It reveals leaks in your roof and windows. And often, it reveals that your gutters don’t work very well. Your gutters may not be broken or sagging, […]

Is Metal Roofing Right For Me?

  Considering putting a metal roof on your home, barn, or business? Shingle roofs are still the most popular choice for sloped roofs, but we’re getting more and more questions about metal. It’s growing in popularity, and it’s definitely an excellent choice for many homes. If you’re considering metal, there are a few things to […]

All About Algae

  Let’s talk about those stains on your roof. Or, if not your roof, that roof down the street. Bottom line – you’ve seen a stained roof. And it looked ugly. Whether your roof is stained, or you want to prevent it from staining in the future, let’s put on our science hats for a […]

What Type of Roof Do I Have?

  No matter what kind of roof your home or business has, it’s important to understand your roof and how to watch for warning signs. As you start thinking about your roof, it’s best to start with the basics. Once you know what type of roof your house has, you can begin to keep an […]

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The Most Vulnerable Parts of Your Roof – Commercial

If you own or manage a commercial building, you know how important roof maintenance is. Roof damage or failure can cost your business a HUGE chunk of change. A major problem with your roof can cost more than just the price of repair – it can damage your equipment, inventory, and be dangerous to employees. […]

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The Most Vulnerable Parts of Your Roof – Residential

  If you own a car, you don’t need to know how to replace the alternator, arc the solenoid, or even change the oil. You do, however, need to notice when the warning lights come on. Owning a roof is no different. You don’t have to be a roofer, but it’s important to know when […]

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A Guide to Roofing Insurance Claims

  We all hope that our roof is never damaged by a storm or accident. But unfortunately, it’s something every homeowner should be prepared for. A good homeowner’s insurance policy that covers your roof brings peace of mind and valuable protection, but if your roof is damaged and you have to file a claim, it […]

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Why Roof Ventilation is Important

  You want a beautiful roof – quality shingles in a color that matches your home, neat detail work, and straight, clean lines. We can do that. But what’s going on underneath your roof is just as important. The movement and temperature of air under your roof can affect the lifespan of your roof, and […]

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All About Leaks

Ok, your roof probably doesn’t leak as badly as that picture. But maybe you have that slow, steady drip that you put a bowl under when it rains. Maybe you just have suspicious brown spots on the ceiling. Maybe you even have a leak that you can’t see at all. No matter how small it […]