Temperature Extremes Affect Your Home. Your Roof Can Help.

June 27, 2018 | Filed under: Buying a New Roof,Energy Efficiency,Research,Resiliency,Roofing Issues

Typical construction methods attempt to deal with temperature extremes, both hot and cold, through insulation. The desire is to maintain comfortable temperatures inside the home as economically as possible. While insulation provides thermal mass to prevent heat migration in or out of your home, building science is showing us other, sometimes better, ways to do…

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Water Damage: Protecting Your Home from Rain and Floods

June 16, 2018 | Filed under: Resiliency,Storm Protection

When it comes to protecting your home from water damage, there are two primary concerns – rain intrusion and flooding. Here in Kentucky, we get a fair amount of both. The Right Roof Eliminates Water Damage Keeping water out during rain depends heavily on a secure and well-maintained roof system. That maintenance, on longer-term roofs,…

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Wind Resistant Roofing: Interlocking Metal Roofing Panels

May 30, 2018 | Filed under: Buying a New Roof,Resiliency,Storm Protection

wind resistant roofing from Classic Metal Roofing Systems

Strong winds are prevalent everywhere, but here in Kentucky we also receive those strong winds as the residual of hurricanes and other storms. In the past year, we’ve seen winds up to 85 mph! So, how do you protect your home from the damages that high winds cause? Wind resistant roofing in the form of our interlocking metal…

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Protection from Water Damage with Interlocking Metal Roofing Panels

May 20, 2018 | Filed under: Research,Resiliency,Storm Protection

Protection of your home from water damage should take into account two primary concerns: rain and flooding. Here in Kentucky, we get all kinds of weather, and if you need a new roof, it’s time to plan for rain, wind, hail…and even snow. Here’s some information on managing rain intrusions with interlocking metal roofing panels. Keeping…

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