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Regular Maintenance And Repairs You Can Make To Your Roof This Summer

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The roof over your home protects its interior, and you and your family from the weather and sun’s heat, and should be checked often and maintained for repairs to keep it sound. Any small leak within your roof can grow larger and cause damage to the interior of your home and lead to mold growth. Here are two tips to help you check to maintain and make repairs to your roof and gutter system: Read More»

Asking For Roofing Advice: Why It Should Cost You Nothing

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When you are considering a new roof, you may feel as though you need to find a roofer and hire him/her before you can get recommendations or advice. That simply is not true. Sure, a roofer wants to be hired before telling you everything that needs to be done, but advice should be free. When you are only looking for advice, you should not feel pressured into hiring a contractor and doing the job right away. Read More»

Is It Hail Damage Or Weathering...Your Guide To Determining The Type Of Damage To Your Roof

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If you are concerned about the dings or imperfections on your asphalt roof and it was a tough winter in your area, your first thought might be that the damage is the result of hail. However, it is important to note that on first glance, there is a remarkable similarity between some examples of hail damage and the natural weathering that an asphalt roof might be expected to show after a few years of use. Read More»

Why You Should Not Ignore Hail Damage

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A hailstorm can damage your roof and other personal property. These storms can be very destructive, but the degree of damage tends to vary. For this reason, if homeowners do not see significant damage or notice a leak, then they tend to hold off on a hail damage roof repair. Read on to find out why you should not ignore roof hail damage. Loose Shingles When shingles are made, granules are embedded into the asphalt. Read More»

Is Flat Roofing Right for Your Home?

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An overwhelming number of homes have a pitched roof. However, more homeowners are choosing to go with a flat roof installation. If you are unsure if a flat roof is right for your home, here is what you need to know.   Why Choose a Flat Roof? Flat roofing has many benefits, including the ease with which they are installed. Flat roofing does not require the planning that a pitched roof does, and the installation process is shorter. Read More»