Treated Cedar Shakes: Do Cedar Shakes Need To Be Treated?
Treatment of cedar shake shingles can help extend their functional life and protect the underlying roof and, ultimately, the interior of the home.
Can You Paint Cedar Shakes?
The short answer to whether or not you can paint cedar shakes is yes! However, the process of painting cedar shakes involves a lot of preparation and attention to detail in order to do the job right.
Everything You Need To Know About Roof Penetration
A roof is a complex element of a building that requires proper waterproofing, roofing material, and penetrations.
How To Achieve California Roof Insulation Requirements
Understanding how to achieve California requirements for roof insulation and cool roofs is key to a successful roofing project.
BRAVA is pleased to announce the winning entries for our 2022 Excellence Awards!
RAVA has chosen the best of the best projects installed by BRAVA Preferred Contractors to highlight their most creative and stunning installations in our first annual Excellence Awards!
What Are the Best Roofing Materials for Coastal Homes?
Coastal properties offer easy access to the beach, scenic ocean views, and fresh sea air. Unfortunately, proximity to the ocean means that homes and roofs stand up to wear and tear from the salty sea air and coastal storms.
Weathered Wood Roof Shingles
Hearkening back to early colonial America, weathered wood shingles can create a traditional and nostalgic look for your home.
4 Benefits Of Recycled Roof Shingles
Using recycled roof shingles and recycling the shingles that end up as a waste product during a roof replacement or installation can help lessen the environmental impact of construction projects, among other benefits.
Mimicking An Old Slate Roof On A Historic Home
Owning a historic home is an amazing opportunity, but it also comes with a certain sense of responsibility. Responsibility to the past — honoring those who came before as well as the traditions and techniques they used. It is a responsibility to the future — preserving what came before while ensuring that it will endure.