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Don't Save Roof Cleaning For Spring

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While a lot of people think about saving their home cleaning and maintenance for spring, there is no time like the present to clean your roof. Roof cleaning is a great way to keep your home safe and clean, and a professional roofer can also provide a thorough inspection for you. Are you ready to clean your roof? These are some of the steps involved in cleaning your roof. Cutting Away Tree Limbs Read More»

How To Buy A New Siding Installation

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Sprucing up your house lets you give it the look you desire, while also adding undeniable value.  There are lots of siding options that you can look for, but you first must learn about this project and the details involved. Here is what you should know when making your next home siding purchase. When should you look into buying new home siding?  No matter why you’re getting new siding, you should think of it as a good investment. Read More»

How To Determine The Perfect Roof For Your Home

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Choosing a roof for your home is a big decision. A good roof isn’t just good for the aesthetics of the home but its protection as well. As the top covering of your home, the roof helps to protect the structure from rain, snow, ice, direct sunlight, and other outdoor elements, which can cause costly damage to it. There are many considerations that go into selecting the perfect roof for your home. Read More»

Asphalt Shingles Vs. Tile Roofing: Pros And Cons

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When your roof is doing its job, you never have to think about it. It keeps your home watertight and insulated—warm in the winter and cool in the summer. But a roof doesn’t last forever. At some point as your home ages, you may have to consider roof replacement. When you do, the material you choose is vital. Two popular choices are asphalt shingles and tile. Here are a few of the pros and cons of each. Read More»

4 Roofing Tips For Homeowners

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Your roof protects your house and helps to keep it warm in the winter. If you maintain your roof and replace it when necessary, your home will be a comfortable place. Whether you’re looking to refinish your roof or simply protect the roof you currently have, here are four tips you can use. 1. Take the shape into consideration. The shape of your roof will determine the type of shingles best suited to the job. Read More»

Undo Last Year's Winter Roofing Leaks Before This Year Hits

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Did you have problems with your roof leaking over the last winter? Did you do anything to prevent the problem from occurring this coming winter? Well, if not, now’s the time to get busy repairing the damage that is allowing the leaks to occur. Here, you’ll find a few things that can help you do just that. Reason for Winter Leaks Your roof goes through a lot throughout the year, but no season is as hard on your roof as winter. Read More»

The Top Three Signs That Your Roof May Have A Leak

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Most people are not aware that their roof is leaking until they see water dripping through the ceiling. However, your roof will give you many signs that your roof may have a leak long before water begins to drip down your ceiling or walls. Here are three of the most common signs that your roof may have a leak.  There is Water Staining On the Underside of the Roof One of the top signs that you may have a roof leak is water staining on the underside of your roof. Read More»

Why Use Rubber Shingles For Your Home?

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Are you in the process of researching different roofing materials for your home? If so, you may have rubber shingles on your radar as a potential option. These shingles are great for practically any roof due to their advantages over competing materials. Here is what you need to know about this roofing material before you make a final decision. Low Material Cost One of the biggest factors to consider when looking into shingle material is the cost. Read More»

4 Tips For Keeping Your Commercial Roofing In Tip Top Shape

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Roofs are not as demanding as many other parts of a typical commercial building. However, this doesn’t mean that they should be completely ignored. The role that roofs serve is far too important to be left to chance. Taking care of a roof doesn’t have to be a very demanding task. With the right measures at the right time, you could have a roof that will serve you for decades. Read More»

Shingle Missing? What You Need To Know!

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If you notice a piece of shingle laying in your yard after a storm, you may be tempted to ignore it since it seems like such a minor thing. The problem is that even a single missing shingle, or a portion of a larger shingle, can leave your roof exposed to moisture and eventual water leaks. The following can help you fully understand the problem, as well as what needs to be done to repair it. Read More»