P.I. Roofing

Month: October 2016

3 Most Common Post – Storm Damage Roof Repairs

While the debates are stirring up heat and turbulence, the weather here in Arkansas has stayed tame and mostly dry. It’s been a pretty warm fall so we haven’t had to pull out any protective gear, other than our aprons while we’re grilling. But protection for your home is always on our minds, even in the tamest of weather. Because if anyone knows the phrase “the calm before the storm” well, it’s us. If predictions are correct, storms are headed our way and the best way to be prepared is to be educated on what might happen and to have your roof inspected before any storm damage might occur. Below are the 3 most common things we usually have to repair after a storm has blown through.
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Our Top Picks of Clever Halloween Roof Decorations

Even Halloween roof decorations can’t escape the cyclical nature of trends. No longer is the jack-o-lantern and scarecrow family going to cut it if you want to keep up with the Joneses this year. 2016 wants to see the most clever, the most gory, the most creepy, and the most crawly come to life in the yards and on the rooftops of Arkansas. With Arkansas roofs as the spot we spend most of our time, we love seeing the creative ways people adorn them for the holidays. We’ve scoured the internet and chosen some of our Halloween roof decorations that we hope Little Rock can top.
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Arkansas Fall Roofing Maintenance Tips

Fall is officially upon us. Colorful leaves are falling, football season is in full swing and pumpkins are decking the porches of homes across central Arkansas. In addition to all our fall festivities, we at P.I. Roofing also think this season is an ideal time to perform several roof maintenance practices to ensure your roof is strong and sturdy before winter weather hits. Continue reading

Our Top 4 Favorite Stadium Roofs

Lately, the trend for stadium roofs has been the crazier, the better. Flowers, spheres, arches … no shape is off the list. Gone are the days of turf and stadium seating with open air being enough to satisfy the avid sports fan. The design of the stadium is following the trend of the car and the iPhone: bigger is better. Designers are figuring out ways to incorporate sleek and sexy vibes into structures that are mostly meant for sweat, tears, dirt, and turf. The juxtaposition of the design versus the utility is fun to watch as it evolves into a competition of who can create the most shocking design and get away with it. Continue reading