How do you choose the color for your roof?

If you’re building a new house, you have to choose a roof color long before you pick out counter tops and appliances. It can be tough. After you narrow down your choice of materials, you still have to choose from a broad range of colors in a wide range of shades and textures. And you’d [...]

How do I know if I have water damage?

Water damage from a leaking roof isn't always as obvious as a spreading stain on the ceiling or dripping water puddling onto the floor. Ready 2 Roof has special tools that detect the presence of moisture from hidden leaks. If you suspect you have a leaking roof but aren't sure, here are the more subtle [...]

What kinds of roofing materials are available?

When it comes to what to put on your roof, home owners have several options. Architecture, budget, longevity and aesthetics all play a part in the decision-making process, but the professionals at Ready 2 Roof can help you narrow down your options. Architectural shingles Asphalt shingles are the most common type of shingle. [...]

How Can Ready 2 Roof Help With Your Insurance Claim?

When storm damage occurs, you know to call your insurance company, but do you know that many costs associated with roof repair and replacement are overlooked by adjusters? Ready 2 Roof has been helping customers navigate the insurance claim process and save hundreds—sometimes thousands—of dollars for the last ten years. We want working with us [...]

Is It OK to Repair or Replace Your Roof in Low Temperatures?

Baby, it’s cold outside. But is it too cold to roof? Thanks to a blast of frigid northern air, temperatures in the Jackson metro area will plummet 40 degrees in less than 48 hours. What does that mean for roofing projects? Nothing, really. Ready 2 Roof can install and repair roofs in colder temps. It [...]

Should you wrap your roof turbines during winter?

Don't do it, homeowners! Wrapping your turbines might sound like a great way to conserve heat but it’s not and you could actually damage your roof. Holding uncirculated air in your attic doesn’t conserve heat; it traps moisture. Your insulation-- not your attic--creates the barrier that holds artificially heated and cooled air inside your home. [...]

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