Two Types Of Asphalt Shingle Damage And How To Make Repairs

Posted on: 28 June 2016

Asphalt roofs are extremely common, and many roofing installation experts and shingle manufacturers guarantee a 15 to 30 year lifespan for their shingles. If your roof is already more than 15 years old, then you may start to see some shingle damage. There are a variety of different types of damage that may be apparent. Keep reading to learn about a few types and how the shingles can be fixed until you decide to have a completely new roof installed.
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6 Reasons For Going With A Rubber Roof

Posted on: 24 June 2016

If you own a building with a flat roof, and it's time to make some updates, you probably know you have a few options. When it comes to making a decision, you want to go with a material that will last but will also be cost effective and easy to maintain. If you've not considered rubber roofing, or you don't know much about it, here are six great reasons to have this type of roof installed.
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Six Aspects Of Residential Roofing Your Contractor Wants You To Know

Posted on: 12 November 2014

If you are a homeowner, chances are you may need roof replacement or repair at some time during your ownership. While routine maintenance is a necessary facet of home ownership, other important aspects include recognizing the signs of damage and knowing the best materials to use for your roofing needs. Whether your house is newly constructed or a century old, your roofing contractor, like one from Sunvek Roofing, may have some valuable advice for you.
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Protect Your Home: Why And How You Should Ventilate Your Attic

Posted on: 10 November 2014

Attic ventilation is something that all builders, like those at John Criner Roofing Inc, would agree is a good thing; however, there are several ways to ventilate an attic, and that can be confusing to homeowners looking for information. To help you understand how to effectively keep air moving, you should learn why attic ventilation is important, as well as a few principles of good ventilation. Here is what you need to know:
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