Is it Best to Repair or Replace that Roof?

Many homeowners wonder: is it best to hire roof repair services or replace the roof? Experts estimate the cost of replacing a roof have nearly doubled in the last dozen years. That's reason enough for homeowners to postpone roof replacement for as long as possible. Read More

5 Things New Home Buyers Should Know About Roofing

Buying a new home is exciting. If you're considering Detroit roofing services, we can help you. We know it can also be a little scary - especially if it's your first time through the home buying process. The last thing a new homeowner wants is an unexpected major home problem followed by costly repairs. Read More

Don’t Judge a Roof by its Shingles

Can the same be said for roofing? Absolutely. All roofers have access to the same building materials. But not all of them have the skills or integrity to install the best elements for you and your family. And let's face it, it's what on the inside that counts. Not just the goings on of a family inside their home, but what's been installed under the shingles, under the vapor barriers and ice shield. Read More

Skylights, Roof Windows & Sun Tunnels

Roof replacement is the ideal time to skylights, roof windows or sun tunnels and the benefits of natural light to your home. Roofing Above All only installs VELUX skylights. VELUX offers a complete system of complementary products and accessories for any solution from installation down to the finishing touches. Read More

Metal vs. Asphalt Roofing

As the variety of roofing materials in the industry increases, more and more people are asking us about the merits of asphalt shingles versus other materials. If the value is your primary interest, the comparison can be quickly narrowed to just two options: metal and asphalt. Read More

Ice Damming

Ice dams are most common in northern climates that are subject to heavy snow buildups on roofs. Ice dams occur when this heavy snow buildup melts during the day and then refreezes when temperatures fall overnight. After several days of the thaw-freeze cycle, it's common for the ice to work up under the shingles until it reached an area of the roof warmed by your home. Read More