Celebrating 20 Years in Business

Celebrating 20 Years in Business

New Mexico truly is the Land of Enchantment, with stunning landscapes, unique cultures, and fervent traditions.  Here, strangers are treated like family, and whether with a bowl of green chile or helping hand, you can always count on a fellow New Mexican to be there for you—something EverGuard Roofing takes literally.  Since our founding in 2001, EverGuard Roofing has served … Read More

Tile Roof Tell-All

Tile Roof Repair

With a layered look and rustic colors, tile roofs are a Southwest staple, seen atop many New Mexico buildings. Their architectural composition and unique properties make them an ideal roofing choice for many reasons, including durability, sustainability, and aesthetics.  But how do you know if tile roofing is the right choice for you?  Our Albuquerque roofing experts explain some of … Read More

Everything You Need to Know About Asphalt Shingles

Shingle Roof

So, you’re in the market for a new roof and want to know more about your options. There is a lot to know when it comes to roofing materials, and making the right choice to fit the style of your home and your budget is important! One fantastic option for a roofing material are asphalt shingles, which have become incredibly … Read More

4 Major Ways Winter Can Affect Your Roof

Cabin in the Winter

Even though the first day of winter isn’t until December, New Mexico’s weather tends to reach winter-like conditions by late November. The weather is always a little unpredictable around here, but these days it seems like the seasons change faster and more drastically than ever. It’s important to understand what these seasonal changes mean for the health and longevity of … Read More

Common Roof Problems

Pitched Shingle Roof

You may not think about it all that often, but your roof is protecting you and your home from the elements every single day. Over time, even the best roofs will start to show wear and tear and, eventually, begin to deteriorate and become less effective. While every roof is unique and will encounter its own problems, there are a … Read More

Roofing Damages: Signs & Solutions

Damaged Shingle Roof

Everyday, a building’s roof serves as its primary layer of protection—but because it’s constantly being exposed to various elements, overtime its quality begins to decrease. From minor cracks to major leaks, addressing your roof’s issues immediately will not only improve its efficiency, but preserve the value of your entire property. So how do you know what damage your roof has … Read More

Weather And Elements Wreak Havoc

Winter Damaged Shingle Roof

Weather and elements wreak havoc on your roof, especially in New Mexico. This is true especially if the roof is aging. Roofs are exposed to the elements all 365 days of the year for all 24 hours a day. The poor roof never gets a break! Changing and extreme temperatures in particular affect all rooftops. Hotter temps expand the roofing … Read More

EverGuard Roofing and Malarkey Shingle Products – A Sustainable Match

EverGuard Roofing & Solar logo

Did you know EverGuard Roofing is now a Malarkey Roofing Products Emerald Pro Contractor! Our certified installers can now install Malarkey Roofing Shingles and Products and offer their robust warranty. One of the things EverGuard Roofing and Solar love about Malarkey is their dedication to a sustainable product. They utilize repurposed polymers from reclaimed plastic and synthetic rubber. Malarkey is … Read More

Ice Damming, Revisited

ice dammed roof

Its the most wonderful time of the year again, and also the time of year ice damming may occur on your roof at home! Let’s revisit this topic, which we have touched on before on the EverGuard Roofing blog. As a GAF Master Elite Contractor, we can install roofing systems to help combat ice damming. Ice dams are ridges of … Read More

Pitched Roofing Underlayments – Synthetic Vs. Felt – Who Wins?

Pitched Roof Underlayments

Roof underlayments are a must when installing shingle over a roof deck, and needs to be installed before the shingles go down. Roofing felt, both #15 and #30, have been around for a long time and were the standard for decades. Synthetic underlayments are nbewer to the roofing market compared to felts, but have been around for some time now … Read More