1. A Guide to Attic Insulation

    If your home has poor insulation, then you’re losing money to a high energy bill. Like the rest of the exterior surfaces of your home, it’s a wise choice to insulate your attic to ensure that heat doesn’t escape during the winter. Plus, you’ll help to keep cool air inside of your home throughout the summer. The benefits of insulation don’t stop there. In today’s blog, we’re going to …Read More

  2. How to Ensure Your Attic Remains Cool in Summer

    As temps rise and rise, our furnaces are shutting off, and our air conditioners are about to see their first use for the year. Soon enough, we’ll be in the peak of summer, where the sun’s rays beat down on our rooftops for the vast majority of the day. Along with summer, we tend to see a spike in electricity consumption, since the AC unit will be whirring for much of the day. And with an ineff…Read More

  3. What to Look for in a Roofer

    It’s smart to shop around for the right contractor whenever you’re having work done on your home. After all, shoddy work can leave you with plumbing leaks, HVAC unit breakdowns, or renovations that just look bad. That’s why it’s crucial to find an expert when it comes to repairs and renovations for your abode. And your roof is no exception. You should be sure to weigh your options in your …Read More

  4. Tips to Pair Your Shingle Color With Your Siding

    If you’re about to have new shingles and/or siding installed on your home, then it’s time to take a look at samples that you can mix and match to make the most of your home’s exterior. Matching your home’s siding and shingles may seem daunting, since you want to get it right the first time, which is why it’s so important to weigh your options carefully. As your local roofing and siding e…Read More

  5. The Dangers of Snow and Ice Dams on Your Roof

    Here in Michigan, snow and ice dams can prove to be a hazard on your roof. Throughout the winter or during a blizzard, snow buildup can become heavy, which means that your roof may be in danger of damage or a complete collapse if its poorly supported. Beyond that, ice dams (which can form as snow melts and refreezes) can cause even more issues, and may lead to a roof leak. That’s why it’s so i…Read More

  6. Metal Vs. Shingles On Your Roof

    When you decide that your roof needs to be replaced, and you call up your local roofing contractor, you may not know what kind of roofing material works best for your home or building. There are so many options out there, and while this is great, it can be confusing and overwhelming to try to weigh all the options with their advantages and disadvantages. The roofing experts at Rock Solid Exteriors…Read More

  7. Prepare Your Roof Now For Winter

    Fall Roofing Tips As the fall and winter seasons arrive, severe weather is more common. Between heavy rain, wind, hail, and snow, your roof will take a hit if you’re not prepared. At Rock Solid Exteriors we strive to make sure our clients are equipped with high-quality and long-term protection in all seasons. Before winter storms hit, it’s important to make sure you’re prepared, and your roo…Read More

  8. Types Of Roof Shingles

    When you think of roofing materials, what comes to mind? Shingles are a common first thing to think about because they are the primary material that is seen on a roof, and they are the first point of contact between your roof and the elements. When it comes to roof shingles, there are a lot of options to choose from. At Rock Solid Exteriors, we strive to give you the highest quality roof installat…Read More

  9. The Most Common Problems With Your Roof

    Your roof is arguably one of the most important parts of your home. It keeps you warm, dry, and safe. However, because it takes the impact of outside forces, there are a lot of factors that put it at risk for damage. At Rock Solid Exteriors, our roofing contractors are dedicated to protecting the part of your home that protects you through our roof replacement and installations, as well as equippi…Read More

  10. Tips To Make Your Roof Last Longer

    Your roof is the true foundation of your home. If your roof is faulty, you forgo the safety and protection of yourself and everyone else who lives in your home. If your roof is leaking or damaged it makes your house uninhabitable, and that’s why it’s important to take good care of the roof you have. In the last blog, we talked about when the time is right to get your roof replaced, and why it…Read More