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Cool Roofs: How You Can Help Reduce the Heat Island Effect

The right kind of roofing can do more than shield a home or commercial property from rainfall and heat from the sun. It also helps reduce the effect of heat islands. Roofing company A Cut Above Exteriors shares an overview of this phenomenon and what kind of roofing helps reduce its effects.

Composite Roofing: Synthetic Strength

Composite roofing is a relatively unknown option over the classic roof materials: wood, metal, and tile. As its name suggests, it’s made up of a mixture of several roofing materials that form a composite – essentially a synthetic material that has all the strengths of its “parent” materials.

The Most Commonly Used Siding Materials

Installing siding is an effective and relatively simple way to improve the look and function of your home. On top of it being a more long-term exterior wall cover compared to wall paint, it doubles as a weather barrier, too.

4 Roof Designs and Their Respective Architectural Style

It’s not a stretch to say that the roof is what defines the look of the entire house. This important structure is far from just a component for cover and can range from the standard triangle to more intricate and asymmetrical designs.

The Distinct Benefits of our HardiePlank® Siding

A Cut Above Exteriors is proud to offer James Hardie® HardiePlank® siding as the superior choice for our customers. This low-maintenance, durable, and lasting siding material can provide distinct benefits for your home that most siding options cannot. To consider just how well it compares to other siding products,