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Roofing Buyers Guide

Are you a business owner or a homeowner looking into buying a new roof? The decision can seem overwhelming. There are many types of roofs to choose from, and it’s hard to know which one is best for you without roof advice from an expert. This buyers’ guide will help you make the best decision for your new roof.

Things to Consider

It’s important to assess your current situation before deciding what roofing material is right for you. What is most important to you in a roof? What does your current building structure look like? 

Here are just a few of the things you should consider:

  • How extreme is the weather where you live? This could dictate how much of a barrier you’ll want.
  • Is the top of your building flat or sloped? This will impact what type of roof you get. 
  • What appearance are you going for? Modern? Colonial? Or are you looking for certain colors? This could also influence the type of roof you decide on.

Choosing the Right Roof: Common Roof Types

Before you choose a roof for your home or building, you should familiarize yourself with all of the common types of roof materials. The more you know about each type of roof and what the purpose of each kind is, the more informed your decision will be. Here are five common roof types and the materials they are made with.

Shingles for Low Slope Roofs

Shingles work great for steep slope or low slope roofs on buildings or homes. They are aesthetically pleasing and are an excellent value. Although minor repairs may be needed throughout the years (given the roof is properly maintained), shingles can last for 30 to 50 years before needing to be completely replaced.

There are many different types of shingles, including the following:

EPDM/Rubber for Flat Roofs

Ethylene propylene diene terpolymer (EPDM) is an extremely durable synthetic rubber roofing membrane that is widely used across the nation for flat roof systems. 

Advantages include:

  • Highly durable
  • Cost effective
  • Low maintenance
  • Several thickness options
  • Energy efficiency

TPO Roofing―Strong and Durable

Thermoplastic polyolefin (TPO) roofing solutions offer excellent benefits to both homeowners and businesses. TPO can withstand the test of time and acts as a strong barrier against all weather elements. It is also resistant to heat and UV rays.

Additional benefits of TPO roofing including:

  • Low cost (great for large buildings that cover a large area)
  • Reliable durability; membranes resist mold, impacts, and punctures
  • Simple, high-quality, quick installation
  • Exceptional energy efficiency; reduce costs
  • Environmental sustainability; go green!

Metal Roofing for Extreme Weather

Metal is typically sold in large panels or smaller sections that resemble shingles, tile, or slate roof material. Metal is resistant to fire, insects, rot, and mildew. This is a popular option if heavy snow occurs where you live. If snow causes problems with your roof year after year, a metal roof may be the solution. It can be noisy during rain or hail, however. Depending on the location and type of facility where it’s installed, it could be the perfect roof system.

Roofing Tiles

Tile roofing has become more popular, customizable, and durable over the years. It’s especially popular in areas where it gets very hot and humid during certain times of the year. Benefits of tile roofing include the following:

  • Leak proof
  • Low maintenance
  • Customizable (sizes, colors, and shapes)
  • Durability

For Expert Guidance When Buying a Roof, Call Frederic Roofing

If you need further guidance and advice on what type of roof you should install for your home or business, consult with the experts at Frederic Roofing. We are professional roofing contractors in the St. Louis area with more than 30 years of experience. We have the ability to install completely new roofing systems, perform roofing repair, and more. 

To learn more or get a free estimate for your project, contact us today.

Maximize the value of your building by practicing proper summer roofing tips

Summer Roofing Tips: Prepping Your Roof for Summer

Tips for Maintaining Your Roof in the Summer

Proper maintenance and frequent inspections are important for any roof. If you want to get the most out of your roof’s life and ensure its longevity, it’s important to know the appropriate actions that need to be taken during every season. For summer in particular, proactive measures are extremely important. Taking action in the spring months is just as important as the maintenance items you’ll complete during the summer months.

Whether you are a business or a homeowner who is actively looking to protect the life of your roof, a roofing contractor can help you keep your roof in good shape during the summer months.

Commercial Roof Maintenance Tips

To keep your business running at optimal efficiency, it is important that nothing disrupts your or your employees’ day. If you pay little to no attention to your roof, catastrophic problems can occur. You won’t only sacrifice productivity, but costly repairs can impact your bottom line. 

Here’s how to protect the life of your roof during the summer and all other times of the year.

Roof Upkeep Tips for Businesses in the Summer

  • Unclog the Drains―Much like homes, businesses have a gutter system too, and it’s important to keep them clean and unclogged. There is a high possibility that leaves, branches, and nests will get clogged in your drain throughout the year. Clogged drains mean more water on your roof.
    • Look for Damages―Your roof is exposed to bad weather and the elements all year long. If you don’t take care of these issues in the summer when the weather is fairly consistent day to day, the damages can turn into huge problems later on. You may even have to have an entire roof replacement. Get the most out of your roof’s life by checking for issues and taking care of them early on.
  • Maintain Your Roof―Whether your business has a flat, rubber/EPDM, shingle, or TPO roof, you’ll always need maintenance. Depending on the type of roof you have, different checklist items will be important. An expert can help with this.

Residential Roof Maintenance Tips

As a homeowner, you want to keep every aspect of your home in good condition. After all, a home is one of the biggest investments you can make. That’s why proper home maintenance is so important during all types of the year, and summer is no exception. 

Here is what you should do in the summer to ensure the longevity of your roof and keep it in good condition during winter, spring, and fall as well.

Roof Upkeep Tips for Homeowners in the Summer

  • Gutter MaintenanceShow some love to your gutters and downspouts during the summer months. Annual gutter maintenance should entail cleaning your gutters and checking for clogs, blockages, and any damages. If gutters are clogged, water can puddle on your roof and seep into your home or attic, causing mold or mildew and eventually deterioration.
  • Show Shingles Some Attention―It’s important to check your roof for cracking or missing shingles or tiles. Shingles protect your home against wind, rain, and other elements that can cause damage. A professional roofing company can check your roof for loose, torn, or broken shingles that could break off during harsh weather. Taking care of this problem early will save you, as water damage can be costly later down the line.
  • Check for Roof Damage―The harsh weather during the winter months or the storms during the spring can do serious damage to your roof that you may not even know about. If this is the case, it’s important to contact a professional who can perform roof repair for any roof leaks, damaged shingles, or other issues. Whether you need to repair or replace your roof, summer is a great time to do it to ensure that no further damage is done throughout the rest of the year.

Let the Experts at Frederic Roofing Be Your Dedicated Roofing Company

For summer roof maintenance and high-quality roofing services all year round, the professionals at Frederic Roofing have you covered. We can perform a wide variety of maintenance tasks for all types of residential and commercial roofs. For questions or to receive a free estimate, contact us today.

2019 Guide to Flat Roofs

Many industrial and commercial buildings have flat roofs, and there are plenty of different options to use for your flat roofing materials. The various flat roof types have their pros and cons, so if you are looking to have a flat roof installed, read on to learn more about the choices you have. 

Built-Up Roofing (BUR)

This choice is typically the most inexpensive route. Most people enjoy saving money, which is why this option is the most common flat roof system. The top coat of it is usually tar or gravel, which can make this the most attractive option as well. BUR roofs are a buildup of many alternating layers of bitumen and roofing felts. This makes them very durable, because if one layer gets damaged you have plenty of other layers to protect your building. Their many layers also provide great insulation for the building. 

Unfortunately, the many layers are also the downfall to this roof. The layers end up becoming very heavy, which often requires reinforcing your existing roof. This can increase the amount spent on the roofing project and prolong construction time. 

Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)

This roofing is a highly reflective and durable single ply membrane. PVC is nonpermeable and does not allow water to pool up. It is also rather easy to install. These factors make it a popular option for flat roofs. The downside to this material is that it is rolled onto the roof, which means it is not seamless. Eventually, this will allow water to work its way into the roofing material. 

The material can be glued or taped as it is being rolled out, which can help it resist water for a long time. But it will not last as long as a seamless roofing system would. PVC is slightly more flexible than thermoplastic polyolefin or TPO roofs, and most contractors prefer working with PVC.

Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer (EPDM)

PVC and EPDM are both single ply roofing membrane materials and they both have seams. EPDM is different from PVC in that it is made of rubber rather than plastic, which makes it a durable system. The adhesive on the seams becomes weaker over time and leaves the roof leaky. This system requires the most roofing maintenance.

Frederic Roofing is a full-service and trusted St. Louis roofing contractor with decades of top-notch experience installing all different types of flat roofing systems for commercial properties. If you are looking for someone to install your flat commercial roof with the highest quality materials, then call Frederic Roofing. 

We will make sure your flat roof is designed to your specific qualifications and needs. We know the ins and outs of St. Louis city and county building codes and international standards, and we can ensure that your roof meets them. Your roof is an important part of your building, and we will build it to code and your specifications.

How a Metal Roof Can Save You Money

The light bulb has gone off in everyone’s heads about energy conservation and going green. Since that is the case, we want to share with you how metal roofing can offer you significant savings on your heating and cooling.

Metal roofs can have different finishes that will control how much solar radiation is collected, stored, and re-emitted into the atmosphere. This roofing system can save you 40% in energy costs! While the finish of your roofing material has a lot to do with the ability to save energy, there is also another way that these style roofs promote energy efficiency.

The Oak Ridge National Laboratory completed an experiment that was funded by the U.S. Department of Energy to really understand the differences in roofing. This study included comparing and testing an asphalt shingle roof to a stone-coated metal shake roof, both having comparable solar reflection and thermal emittance. The study showed that the asphalt shingles were nailed directly to the roof deck, which left no air space below the shingles, whereas the metal roofing was attached with a batten system, leaving air space below the material.

The metal roof showed a 45% reduction in the flow of heat, due mainly to the ventilation. The flow of air under the metal roof seemed to offer an insulating quality that was not present in the direct-nailed asphalt shingles. This is one way metal roofs are more energy efficient than an asphalt roof.

Different Finishes Produce Different Results

The finish you choose for your metal roof will make a difference in your energy savings. There are many different types of finishes, all of which help your roof accomplish something different.

  • Unpainted: An unpainted metal roof will reflect solar emissions and not absorb and hold onto heat the way an asphalt roof would.
  • Pre-painted or granular coated: A coated metal roof panel will reflect solar energy and make your home cooler by re-emitting most of the solar radiation. These types of roofs are ideal in warmer climates.
  • Highly reflective and highly emissive: This kind of metal roofing is optimal for reducing energy consumption. Its finish is often referred to as cool-metal roofing. This finish uses cool pigments in the paint, which increases the solar reflectance of the material and lowers the temperature of your roof. This helps reduce the energy usage in buildings that need air conditioning and can make it more comfortable in buildings that do not have air conditioning.

Contact Frederic Roofing

Frederic Roofing can supply all types of metal roofing. We offer standing seam metal roofing along with a number of different types of finishes. Our team has serviced more than 70,000 customers in this area for more than 90 years. Call Frederic today and schedule an appointment to see what metal panels can offer your home or business.

Everything You Need to Know About Tuckpointing

Mortar is important to any residential and commercial brick structure because it provides an adhesive for the bricks and acts as a seal that prevents water and moisture from collecting within walls. It’s also an aesthetically pleasing divider that surrounds each individual brick. Unfortunately, the mortar is the weakest part of a brick wall. Years of erosion, weight, temperature, and moisture can cause the mortar to deteriorate and crack. Lost mortar affects the structural integrity of the wall and bricks no longer meet neatly. Tuckpointing is the procedure professionals use to replace and strengthen the joints between the bricks. 

What Is Tuckpointing and How Is It Done?

Tuckpointing is a process that requires the deteriorating mortar in a brick structure be removed and replaced. Homeowners may see this as a do-it-yourself project, but many exterior brick walls are load bearing structures. This adds a further level of complication that is best left to a professional who can protect the structure’s integrity. 

First, the existing mortar is removed to the depth of an inch, and all dust and debris are removed. This is done using an angle grinder, which is quicker and more accurate than the old method of hammer and chisel. 

Next, new mortar is mixed to match the existing brick color and filled in horizontal and then vertical joints. This is another area where a trained professional is required, as it’s easy to mar the outer face of bricks with mortar.

After wet mortar has been applied to the joints, it’s smoothed either to be flush with the bricks or slightly indented depending on the desired look. While the mortar is beginning to harden, the mason will use a straightedge, handheld tuckpointing tool to scrape straight lines in the centers of the newly filled joints. Lime putty is carefully applied to these scored lines to provide structure and protect against moisture and corrosion. 

Is It Ever Too Late to Tuckpoint?

Mortar isn’t meant to last forever and if you let the damage continue for long enough, the loss of mortar can loosen brick. Once you start losing bricks from the structure, the only remedy is to tear down the wall partially or entirely and start over again. This is an expensive and time consuming process, which is why it’s important to have your structure inspected periodically and assessed for damage by a trained professional. 

Call Frederic Roofing for Professional Tuckpointing Services 

Depending on the size of the wall, tuckpointing work is a labor-intensive project that requires extreme precision. The slightest inaccuracy or miscalculation could severely damage the wall, resulting in a range of problems such as a damaged wall face or, in the case of a load-bearing wall, loss of structural integrity. 

This is why tuckpointing is a job best left to professionals, and there’s no better masonry contractor in the St. Louis area than Frederic Roofing. We can assess the damage to your brick structures, assess how it impacts your roof, and develop a comprehensive plan to make sure your building or wall is protected and looking great. 

If you’re looking to protect your chimney and home from the outside elements or unwanted creatures, tuckpointing your roof could be exactly what you need. Request an estimate or give us a call today to learn more about tuckpointing costs and how Frederic Roofing Company has been tuckpointing St. Louis homes and businesses for years.

Frederic Celebrates 90 Years in Business

Your St. Louis Roofing Company Is Celebrating 90 Years

90 years is a long time to be in business. Since Frederic Roofing was established in 1929, we have been a premier roofing services provider for the St. Louis area. While our world has grown and technology has changed around us, the simple, time-honored values that sustain Frederic Roofing remain the same. We strive for a culture that respects our employees, respects our customers, and never falls short when it comes to quality work and customer service. 

How Have We Been Around So Long?

By Providing Honest, Knowledgeable, and Dependable Service 

Concentrating on providing the best possible customer service is a simple formula that has sustained our business for 90 years. If you take care of your customers, if you approach their issues as if they were your own, and if you become a resource they trust and turn to when things go wrong, they will continue to provide business. This customer-centered strategy is something we have focused on over the years and is a major reason we are here to serve your roofing needs today.

By Taking Care of Our Employees, We Take Better Care of Our Customers

A longtime employee who grows with the company, helps respond to issues, and treats their duties with care is an asset that can’t be bought. The most important part of a business is its people, and when our employees are proud of who they work for, they produce work that we are proud of. Our employees are the foundation of our business, and through them we hope to serve the St. Louis area for another nine decades.

A Family-Run Business Must Be Family Run

Since 1929, Frederic Roofing has been successfully managed by four generations of the Frederic family. Today, Frederic Roofing remains a family-owned and operated business under the guidance of President Bob Frederic and Vice President Gene Frederic. This consistent family leadership allows us to bring superior roofing services to our customers and community.

Always Be Learning

Let’s face it, most businesses and homeowners take their roofs for granted until something goes wrong. Then the roof becomes an unavoidable expense. Over the years, we have adapted our business to meet the requirements of our customers and use the absolute best in materials and techniques. We learn from everything from celebrating our successes to handling our failures with transparency and grace. 

Always Be Adapting

When our roof installation and restoration business needed to provide custom sheet metal for our clients, we built our own sheet metal facility and machine shop. This allowed us to adapt quickly to our clients’ needs and reduce the cost of machining and metalwork. Adaptability is important for any business, including companies like ours that install and repair roofs and provide masonry and tuckpointing services. There’s always something new, and Frederic is there to provide it to our clients. 

Frederic Roofing Is Your Trusted Roofing Source

Our goal is to be the roofing company you turn to for help and advice through the years. Your roof is a critical part of your home, and you need an experienced advisor to make sure it lasts as long as you need it to. Call us and let us help you with roof repairs, replacement roofing, or your next roofing project. We have the technology, the trained personnel, and the knowledge to bring you the best possible outcome. 

Don’t trust your roof to anyone else—trust it to a company that has been established in the St. Louis community for nine decades. And remember, for a hole in your roof or for a whole new roof, Frederic Roofing. 

Signs of a Wind-Damaged Roof

The storm may have passed, but your roof may not be out of danger. While it’s designed to protect your home, belongings, and family from the worst Mother Nature has to offer, your roof might not have weathered the storm unscathed. Even if you can’t see any visible evidence of damage or if there aren’t any leaks, the shingles and roof decking still may have wind and hail damage. Strong winds also can pull on your roof and cause stress and weak points that can cause expensive repairs down the road

How Does Wind Damage Happen?

Wind moves across a roof in gusts. Even prolonged periods of straight-line winds will affect your roof in different ways. Corners and edges of the roof experience higher wind pressures, and because of this most roof damage caused by wind starts at the edges. Also, any area that has a structure in the roof such as HVAC equipment or gutters can experience higher stresses, and these structures can pull and tear at the roofing material, which creates weak spots, damaged shingles, and, eventually, leaks. 

Any area where the roofing material is even a little loose can be pulled up by high winds, and if this happens often enough, the material can begin to peel and create leaks. 

Signs of Damage

Obvious damage can be seen right after the storm, as some shingles may have parts missing or may have been torn from the roof altogether. Some of this damage might be visible from the ground, and this depends on how extensive or complex your roof system is. 

Here are some common roofing materials and structures and what you can look for during a post-storm inspection:

  • Asphalt and composition shingles – The most common type of residential shingle is very durable and can withstand damage and high winds—to an extent. Common issues with asphalt shingles include curling from intense heat or cold. This type of roof covering has a granular surface that can be lost over time. 
  • Wood shingles or shakes – Wood shingles are heavier than standard asphalt shingles and over time they can mold and decay. This means they can loosen during high winds, and while they may still be attached to the roof, their ability to protect it from leaks will have been greatly diminished. 
  • Flat roofs – Mostly found on commercial buildings, flat roofs are usually built up with material or covered in a membrane. Wind may not be directly responsible for damage to these kinds of roofs, but flying debris and hail can cause blisters or wrinkles.
  • Soffits, gutters, and fascia – Wind can damage these and loosen their connections to the house and roof. 
  • Chimneys – The flashing around chimneys is prone to tearing, as the weight of a chimney can move independently from the house. Wind can easily damage this flashing, which in turn can create leaks.

Call Frederic Roofing

After the storm, if your inspection uncovers damage to any of these kinds of roofing materials or structures, call Frederic Roofing. We can not only assess the damage and quickly stabilize the roof, but we can also work with your homeowner’s insurance claim so you know what’s covered and how to avoid paying more than your deductible. 

Gutter Cleaning Tips

It’s Time for Spring Gutter Cleaning

The gutters on your home or business do an important job. While there’s no way to prevent water from falling from the sky, your gutters prevent it from pooling on your roof. It’s critical to the health of your roof and its ability to protect what’s beneath it that this water is removed quickly and efficiently away from the building. 

This is why it’s important to clean your gutters and downspouts periodically. But this isn’t easy for home and business owners who may not be able to see what’s in their gutters from the ground. Even if you do have easy roof access, you may not have the power-washing equipment needed to remove all the built-up debris.

The most obvious problem your gutters face is falling leaves and other tree debris. If this material is left to accumulate, the water on your roof has nowhere to go. This backed-up water can damage the roof decking, the fascia boards, and even the gutters themselves. The sheer weight of soggy leaves and debris can cause the gutters to pull away from the house. Sagging gutters are an issue that needs to be addressed immediately. Not only do the gutters remove water from the roof, but they direct flowing water away from the house. Water that’s allowed to flow directly down the siding of the house can cause serious problems for foundations.

Frederic Roofing Is the Professional Roofer That Will Keep Your Gutters Clean 

The way to avoid issues like these is to have your gutters cleaned. Gutter cleaning sounds easy and something a do-it-yourself home or business owner could handle on their own, but why relegate this task to yourself when you can have a professional do it? The reality is that gutter cleaning is a daunting chore, and many homeowners and even business owners don’t have the equipment or time to do it properly. 

When you need to have your gutters cleaned, Frederic Roofing is the best remedy. Not only is this something we handle every season, but we can combine this service with an annual or semi-annual roof inspection. Now you can have the peace of mind of having gutters that are clean and doing their job properly, and also be confident your roof is in great shape.

Frederic Roofing offers professional gutter repair and installation that lasts and doesn’t compromise the quality of your roof. Our licensed professional contractors provide the gutter installation and repair your home needs to avoid foundational issues stemming from poorly designed or installed gutters or downspouts.

Ice Damming on Roofs

When you live in the colder parts of the country where it snows a lot during winter, an ice dam is a common occurrence. In the Midwest, we all have experienced the freezing winters and ridiculous snowstorms. This cold weather is detrimental to your roof and gutters. 

You may have never heard of an ice dam before, but they are chunks of ice that form on the edge of a roof and in your gutter. When the ice forms it is not an issue, but when the roof surface reaches 32 degrees or higher, some of this ice will start to melt. This pool of water is now trapped behind a wall of ice with nowhere to go. It will eventually seep into the underside of your roof. The water can leak onto your roof deck and down to your ceiling and walls. This will cause major interior and exterior damage. 

Your roof can reach warmer temperatures even when it is below freezing outside. While you are trying to keep your living space warm and comfortable, your attic becomes a tremendous heat source for your roof. Making sure that your roof is properly insulated can help prevent this from occurring. Here are some ways to identify an ice dam on your roof.

Check for Water Stains 

Water that is getting through your roof will leak onto your ceilings and around your windows and door frames. Look for the telltale brown staining in these areas. Moisture in your attic is also a sign that water is not flowing off your roof properly.

Examine Your Exterior Walls for Hanging Icicles 

If you have icicles that are stuck to your gutters, check to see if there is water trapped behind them. If there is not, then you most likely do not have ice dams. Do not attempt to loosen the icicles yourself, especially not while standing directly under them, as this can be very dangerous for you and bad for your gutters.

Keep Gutters Clear 

Regular cleaning from a trained professional is the best way to avoid ice dams. When the water in your gutters has nowhere to go, that’s when it starts to build up, get trapped, and cause leaks. Make sure to try to clean out your gutters before it gets extremely frigid outside. 

Ensure Your Roof Is Properly Insulated  

Checking that your attic is well insulated and adding more ventilation for the warm air to escape is another way to stop ice dams. It is recommended to have 12 to 14 inches of cellulose or fiberglass. If you have less than that, you should add more. Also, if you have recessed lights in your attic or on your exterior soffits, try to use these minimally. Recessed lighting gives off a great deal of heat. 

Contact Frederic Roofing!

Call Frederic Roofing to safely inspect and clean your roof and gutters. We are more than happy to take preventive steps to protect your gutters before ice dams can form. We are always here to fix any damage to your roofing, whether it be related to ice dams or something else, and we can answer any questions or concerns you may have about your roof.

Winter Roof Maintenance Tips

The winter months in St. Louis can be brutal and unpredictable. Here are two major maintenance tasks you can do to keep your home protected all season long.

Even with regular maintenance, the winter months can take a toll on your roof. The very thing that your roof is designed to keep out, ice and moisture, is it’s own worst enemy.

Prevent Ice Dams

Your gutters are a critical part of your roof. They collect water and direct it away from your home, which is important because otherwise, water runoff will go down your siding and into the foundation. This combination of moisture and cold can cause damage to your foundation and other parts of your home if left unchecked.

Ice dams are buildups of ice when your gutters aren’t clearing the water from the roof quick enough. Water from the roof refreezes in the gutters creating a rim of ice that blocks runoff from the roof. The damage doesn’t come from the ice itself but from the water that pools behind the ice and therefore has nowhere to go but under the shingles, through the roof, and onto your ceilings. There are two ways you can prevent ice dams:

Clean your gutters before winter – When your gutters can’t clear water quick enough because of leaves or sticks blocking your downspouts, this is a prime reason why ice dams build up. This is obviously something that needs to be done before it gets brutally cold, but you might find you need to clear them when it is cold.

Make sure you have a cold roof – Your attic is meant to be cold, and heat that escaped into the attic can form warm spots on your roof that melts snow and ice where it runs down to the rim of your roof which is colder and refreezes. Proper insulation has two functions, to keep warm air in your living spaces and out of your attic which keeps the roof surface cold.

Look for Loose or Damaged Shingles

Ice, snow, and blowing wind can wreak havoc on your shingles. Depending on the angle, wind can get under your shingles and loosen them, or blow them off the roof altogether. After a snowstorm or a prolonged period of cold weather, do a visual inspection of your roof from the ground to see if you can spot any shingles that are damaged or missing. If you do see any, you should check the attic for leaks as well.

Call Frederic Roofing

While you can do a quick inspection from the ground, the best way to make sure your roof is in good repair and that your gutters are clear of obstructions is to get on your roof for a closer look. This is where calling Frederic Roofing can really pay off. Not only can we give your roof a close-up inspection, but our professionals can spot other pot