1. A Guide to Considering Skylights and Roof Windows – Part 2

    If you’ve been pondering how a skylight would affect your Mount Pleasant home, we’re here to enlighten you. As your resident roofing experts, we’re totally familiar with the kind of roofing environment you’d need in the first place to be able to have a skylight and we understand why you’d want to have one. Letting in more natural light helps your interior space look sharper, with clearer…Read More

  2. A Guide to Considering Skylights and Roof Windows

    If you live in Mount Pleasant, you’re familiar with all of the little architectural flairs folks add to their homes. From columns to make their house more antebellum in style to their home to crown molding in the living room, southerners are known for putting emphasis on the classic beauty of our architecture. The tradition probably stems from the old southern style that started the trend of ent…Read More

  3. The Key To Sustainable Roofing In Mount Pleasant – Part 2

    Welcome back to the Kramer Construction blog. We’re proud to offer you a new look at the sustainable and durable options for your Mount Pleasant home’s roof. In our previous blog, we explored the ideas behind metal and clay tile roofing. In the following blog, we’ll start to evaluate the durability and therefore feasibility of how worthy a material is for your roofing system. Evaluate The Ma…Read More

  4. The Key To Sustainable Roofing In Mount Pleasant

    If you’re looking into getting a new roof, you’re probably overwhelmed. There’s no planning for the financial burden of a new roof, there’s just suddenly needing one. Even starting to think about re-roofing can be a daunting prospect. Your roof is a highly visible portion of your house, so if you’re hoping to put your home on the market any time soon, you’ll need to put that money firs…Read More

  5. Customizing Your Roofing Project: Materials Part 4

    If you’re still preparing and researching your options surrounding your next Charleston roofing project, we believe we can help. Be sure to reference our previous blogs in this series to review roofing materials like traditional wood shingles, asphalt and even composite slate shingles. But if you still haven't found something that suits your individual tastes yet, we still have a couple more sug…Read More

  6. What is Closed Valley and Open Valley Roofing Construction?

    If you look at the roof of your house, you might take note of some details. You may acknowledge of the shape and angles, but mainly, you’ll notice it just looks like a bunch of shingles to you. You’re not a specialist—you don’t have to know anything else about roofs other than how to spot a leak and find someone to repair it. However, when hiring a roofing contractor, you might want to und…Read More