Are Trees Good or Bad For Your Home’s Roof?

Brad GordonResidential Roofing, Roof Tips

Dangers posed by trees to a roof

Mature trees on a property can go a long way towards boosting curb appeal and a property’s value. Unfortunately, tall trees with lots of long branches hanging over your roof can potentially be terrible. To help you prepare for what to do about branches falling on your roof, we have provided a few helpful tips listed below. High winds and … Read More

Custom Metal Work for Your Home

Brad GordonMetal Roofing, Roof Styles, Roof Tips

Metal roofing small slope

When it comes to enhancing the look of your home and increasing its overall value, there are few better ways you can accomplish this than by adding some custom designed metal work to the interior or the exterior of your property. With Coast Mountain Roof, you can rest assured that our expert staff of certified metal workers will provide you … Read More

What Materials Can I Use for My Metal Roof?

Brad GordonMetal Roofing, Roof Styles, Roof Tips

Metal roof with skylight

When it comes to choosing a metal roof for your home or commercial business, there can be a lot of uncertainty surrounding the types of materials that are available and are best suited for your specific needs. When many people think of a metal roof, they often picture a flimsy sheet of corrugated steel, or a huge piece of copper … Read More

Aluminium Roof – Pros and Cons

Brad GordonMetal Roofing, Roof Tips

Aluminum roofing installation greater Vancouver

What Are The Pros and Cons of Aluminium Roof As we will show in this brief comparison of the pros and cons of having an aluminum roof, there are always good and bad aspects of any roofing material. Coast Mountain Roof does not install aluminium roofs in the Greater Vancouver areas, aluminum has higher reflective properties than steel, and it … Read More

Roofing Tips For Winter

Brad GordonResidential Roofing, Roof Maintenance, Roof Tips

Winter roofing tips

The leaves continue to fall… heavier winds blow loose branches out of the woods and onto your roof… Now what? Bring the small stuff down to the gutters, then, clear your gutters. And, clear away any larger debris, right away. This is the best in between task you can do to help keep your roof in good condition. Roof rakes … Read More

Skylight Addition during Roof Repairs

Brad GordonRoof Maintenance, Roof Repair, Roof Styles, Roof Tips

blog skylights before and after

Have You Considered a Skylight Addition during Roof Repairs With the cool and rainy weather approaching Vancouver’s lower mainland, now is a perfect time to have your roof inspected by an expert from Coast Mountain Roof, particularly if you haven’t had any repairs performed in the last ten years. Should we happen to come across any issue, our skilled team … Read More

Preparing Your Roof For The Cold

Brad GordonRoof Maintenance, Roof Tips, Saving Money


Back to School Means the Cold Weather is Coming! Now that the kids are headed back to school, it’s time for a lot of homeowners to get back into their regular routine around the house. Usually during this time of year that means getting the house ready for the cooler months by checking to make sure there aren’t any serious … Read More

Do I Need To Have The Roof Inspected Before Buying a House?

Brad GordonRoof Inspection, Roof Tips


You never want to invest your money into something that won’t prove to be a valuable asset. This especially rings true when it comes to buying a home. Fortunately, there are several steps that you can take to ensure you’re buying a home that’s worth investing in. From plumbing inspections to value appraisals, each is just important as the other. … Read More

Year Round Maintenance Tips for Your Roof

Brad GordonCleaning, Roof Maintenance, Roof Tips


While Vancouver residents miss out on much of the snowfall that most eastern Canadians experience–like those living in Toronto–throughout the year, the rainfall more than makes up for it. Heavy and steady rainfalls, such as those that occur in Vancouver, BC’s Pacific Northwest region, often result in roof damage and leaky basements, so it is imperative that homeowners and business … Read More

Pros and Cons of Metal Roofing

Brad GordonMetal Roofing, Roof Tips


The durability and longevity of a metal roof can’t be trumped by traditional asphalt, wood or clay roofing materials. This type of roof is also better for the environment when it’s measured in terms of recyclability and energy efficiency. While many people would love to top their foundations off with roofs made of copper, aluminum, tin or galvanized steel, the … Read More