Open for business - for more info see our COVID-19 update

The Joyland Roofing Blog

check engine light

The Most Vulnerable Parts of Your Roof – Residential

  If you own a car, you don’t need to know how to replace the alternator, arc the solenoid, or even change the oil. You do, however, need to notice when the warning lights come on. Owning a roof is no different. You don’t have to be a roofer, but it’s important to know when […]

roofer's buggy

The Re-Roofing Process – What to Expect

If you’re looking around for roofing contractors, you probably know that your roof needs to be replaced pretty soon, but you might not know what that process will be like. It’s a little different for every contractor, but most of the good ones are similar. Here’s what you can expect working with Joyland Roofing to […]

roof leak into kitchen

All About Leaks

Ok, your roof probably doesn’t leak as badly as that picture. But maybe you have that slow, steady drip that you put a bowl under when it rains. Maybe you just have suspicious brown spots on the ceiling. Maybe you even have a leak that you can’t see at all. No matter how small it […]

snow on home's roof

The Dynamics of Snow and Ice on Your Roof

A good roof keeps rain and snow out of your house. That’s pretty obvious. But it does a lot more than that. A roof’s functions are more complex than you might think. Understanding how your roof works in the winter can help you plan ahead to prevent storm damage and roof repair after installing a […]