Author: Schulte Roofing

With the changing times, more and more home owners or commercial builders have become conscious regarding the advantages of metal roofing materials on Bryan roofs. The research conducted by the National Roofing contractors Association has proven the fact. Because of the growing popularity and the benefits it renders to the home owners, the usage of…

Each summer in Texas brings high temperatures and dry weather conditions. Just a few years ago Texas saw one of the worst droughts in state history. Many large property owners also saw losses in the form of lost crops due to such little rainfall. Many Montgomery, TX residents noted that local vegetation appeared to dry…

It is very common to see ventilation systems on roofs in Bryan, TX. Most homeowners are familiar and used to the attic fan or vent commonly seen on many shingle roofs. These ventilation systems require a bit of power consumption in order to turn the rotating blades fast enough to circulate the warm air out…

On June 15, 2011, around 12:20 p.m. a ferocious wind and damaging hailstorm moved through Norman, Oklahoma. Wind and hail caused extensive damage in the area including tearing down power lines and leaving approximately 14,000 households without electricity. Another terrifying scenario as a result of the storm was that the turbulent wind tore the roof…

FRUGAL MEETS FLEXIBILITY With low installation fees and impressive homeowner incentives, it’s easy to see why frugal shoppers prefer this roof type. In addition to this financial trait, the design potential for the composition roof is very flexible, due to the wide variety of shingle colors. Design Our composition shingles are available in three primary…

PROPER DRIP EDGES The role of your roof’s drip edge is to direct water away from your roof and into your gutters. The drip edge can be found at the edge of the roof, right near the gutter. While it’s a small, subtly noticeable piece, it’s essential for keeping your roofing material dry and protected…

The ultimate function of a roofing system is to serve as a protective structure that prevents pouring rain from sipping inside the house. Rainwater is the most common enemy of a roofing structure that is difficult to control. By virtue of gravity, it will always flow downward following the pull of the gravity; this is…

Ventilation is essential in any building infrastructure; this vital component is the primary regulation of the movement of air inside and outside the attic space. It provides comfort to all of occupants; averts damage to other major housing structures; blocks the formation of mold; and helps control the consumption of energy. These air passages are…

During the winter season, ice dams can build up in gutters and roof edges. This is caused by snow that melts on the eaves during the day and refreezes at night. When snow accumulates, water from the melting snow does not drain properly; it instead causes water to leak into the building structure. To prevent…

It is commonly recognized that everyone needs a roof over their heads! This part of a building structure essentially keeps out any undesirable indoor elements such as rain, snow or even sunshine. Through the use of flashing on the top of a building, seepage of water through vulnerable places in that area such as joints…