Benefits Of Foam Roofing

Posted on: 29 March 2019

One of the newest roofing trends for both commercial and residential roofing is foam roofing. If you're in the market for a new roof, you may be wondering how foam roofing can benefit you. Here are some of the pros and cons of foam roofing.  Pros ​​1.  Lower utility bills Foam roofing is made out of polyurethane. This material offers superb energy-efficient properties that can keep your utility bills low by keeping the air inside from getting outside and visa versa.
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Considering Spray Foam Roofing? Know These Three Things

Posted on: 5 February 2019

If you're preparing your commercial building for a new roof, you'll want to make sure that you are using the best roofing materials for the job. After all, the roof is what helps insulate the building and protects it from damage. Instead of using rolled roofing or another traditional roofing option, consider using spray foam roofing instead. Here are some things to consider about spray foam roofing before you move forward with the insulation.
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How To Save Money On Your Next Roof

Posted on: 15 January 2019

Being a homeowner is full of surprises -- some of them really good, and some of them really expensive. If you are in need of a new roof in the near future but you are a little nervous about how much it's going to cost you, then this article is just the thing for you. To help you get the perfect roof for your home without going into an obscene amount of debt, this article will list a few things that you can do.
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Winter Tips: Don't Ice Dams Mess Up Your Roof And Home

Posted on: 17 December 2018

As the head of your household, protecting your family from the freezing temperatures outdoors may be the only thing you focus on this cold season. Structures located on the outside of your home may be the last things you think about, including your roof. However, your roof could be at risk for ice dams and the potential problems they cause. The information below can help you keep ice dams from damaging your roof and home this winter.
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