Here in New Orleans, we know a few things are true. First, Mardi Gras is everything. Second, it’s always a great day when the Saints win. And third, it can be bright and sunny one minute, and pouring down rain the next. Many New Orleans homeowners and commercial building owners assume that because their roof
Your roof may be one of the last places you think about when considering where you’d like to invest in your home or business. It makes sense. They do all the hard work quietly in the background without asking for much attention. Of course, until they do. Then, you’ve got BIG problems. Big, expensive problems.

Take New Trends but Keep the Old

View Gallery Historic properties tend to have a lot of issues, but the biggest of them often relates to basic materials failing. Hand hewn beams, glass and wrought iron aging and giving out, and even protected materials like tile and plasterboard may fail after a hundred years or more. Yet, though they are built in