Insulation is the Key to Energy Savings

Home owners are constantly looking for ways to increase the energy efficiency of their homes. Sometimes the most simple solution is right under your roof. How Attic Insulation Helps Your Home Attic insulation plays a much more important role in your home’s energy cycle than you may realize. […]

By | February 13th, 2017|blog, roofing|

The Dangers of Under Ventilation and Under Insulation

The attic space in your home is anything but a dormant one. An integral part of your home’s energy structure the attic has the capability to control your home’s temperature. Much like when you open the window and door in your home to create a draft, your attic relies on ventilation, intake and exhaust points, to control moisture and temperature levels. […]

By | February 8th, 2017|blog, roofing|

Summer Storms Lead to Roof Repairs – Get A Free Estimate

As Spring quickly turns to Summer, you have to be on the lookout for thunderstorms, heavy rain, strong winds and hail. These incredible forces of nature can cause a great deal of damage to your home. The area that takes the most abuse from storms is your roof. It's vitally important that you repair the [...]

By | May 25th, 2016|blog, roofing|

Nominate Your Neighbor 2016

When we get asked why we made Sheridan the home of Wyoming Roofing, the answer is simple. The people. The heart of this community is so welcoming and friendly. That’s why we love giving back to the people of this great town. For the third year in a row, our Nominate Your Neighbor program will [...]

By | April 26th, 2016|blog, roofing|

Commercial Roofing: Have Your Roof Repaired Before it Has to Be Replaced

Commercial Roof Repair or Replacement Commercial roofing jobs can be pretty expensive, even if you hire reasonably priced contractors (like Wyoming Roofing) to do the job for you. The materials themselves can be quite costly, particularly for a larger commercial building. Even though the cost can be high, however, it is imperative to put a [...]

By | April 5th, 2016|blog, roofing|

3 Reasons to Work With a Commercial Roofing Expert

Commercial roofing repair and problems are best left to commercial roofing professionals, especially when there are dangerous peaks and slippery slopes to contend with.   Because of how important the roof is to any commercial property or business, diagnosing commercial roofing problems can be tricky for those who are not a certified and licensed commercial [...]

By | April 4th, 2016||

Support Your Community When Having Your Commercial Roofing Project Done

As a local business owner, you understand the importance of supporting your local community. It's your community that helps support your business and keep your family going, after all. Just as the people in your community support your business by patronizing it, you are probably always looking for ways to support other local business owners. [...]

By | April 1st, 2016||

Here’s Why You Should Not Install Asphalt Shingles in Winter

The serious winter weather that Wyoming experiences is hard on roofing. Wind, ice, snow, and bitter cold conspire against an asphalt shingle roof. If a winter storm damaged your asphalt roof, you should consider another roofing material. Why you should not install asphalt shingles in winter* The major issue is cold. Asphalt shingles become brittle [...]

By | March 31st, 2016||

Why an Annual Inspection is a Critical Part of Commercial Roofing Maintenance

Why do I need an Annual Roof Inspection? Keeping the roof on your commercial business in top-notch shape is critical. However, even though you might move quickly to make repairs when necessary, you might not be focusing on proactive commercial roofing maintenance like you should be. If you haven't been having your roof inspected by [...]

By | March 30th, 2016||

New Roof – Tear off or layover?

Installing a new roof is a necessary and inevitable cost of being a homeowner. In addition to adding to your home’s curb appeal, sturdy and professionally installed roofing is essential for keeping damage-causing moisture out of your home. Depending on the structural integrity of your home, the condition of the existing roof, and what may [...]

By | February 23rd, 2016||