1. How to Check Your Roof After a Storm

    Austin can get hit by some pretty big storms. Once those storms blow through, it can leave a lot of homeowners with damage to their roof. Storm damage can start out as a fairly minor issue that without roof repair can turn into a major problem for your home. Once the wind and rain dies down, it's a good idea to check your roof for signs of damage. Here are a few tips to get it done safely: Get som…Read More

  2. Winter Roofing Tips

    Your roof is your first level of protection when it comes to the weather. Here in central Texas, we may not have a need to remove snow off our roofs but there are several things that you can do to your roof this winter to make sure that it is still in great condition in the months and years to come. It is important to take care of your roof before bigger issues occur. Here is a list of things that…Read More

  3. Tips For Your New Roof Installation

    If you own a house, you know that most roofs need to be completely replaced about every 20-25 years. This of course isn’t taking into account storm damages or any other problems with your roof. It is a huge investment and a lot of homeowners put off replacement because of the cost. It is important that you replace your roof as soon as possible because putting it off can cause more problems (and …Read More

  4. Fall Roofing Tips

    If you have not noticed by now, it is fall. As we prepare for the colder winter days, there are some things that you should do for your home so that you don’t have bigger issues in the future. One of those things is to get your roof and gutters inspected and repaired if necessary. Trademark Restoration wants to help you out by giving out some tips you will need this fall. Cleaning gutters This i…Read More

  5. Leaving Leaves On Your Roof Can Be Dangerous

    Fall is in full swing which means that the leaves on the trees start falling and landing EVERYWHERE! No matter how often you are outside raking or blowing the leaves, you can turn around and the ground is covered again. We always notice the leaves on the ground, but how often are you looking at the amount of leaves on your roof? Believe it or not, leaving leaves on your roof throughout the year ca…Read More