The Purpose Of Roof Granules And Why They Shed

Posted on: 8 February 2018

If your home has an asphalt roof, you may occasionally see granules fall off the shingles and collect on the ground or in your gutters. While this can be concerning, it isn't always a sign of damage, it could also be the result of normal aging. Here's a look at what the granules are made of, what they do, and why they shed into your gutters. Granules Are Made From Crushed Stone
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The Beauty Of Synthetic Roofs

Posted on: 29 January 2018

The roof is obviously one of the biggest factors when it comes to your home style. You can modernize your property and make it look new by updating it. But, there are a lot of things to consider when choosing the right roofing material for your home. This article explains why synthetic products are so popular. What Are Synthetic Roof Tiles? There is really no set definition for what a synthetic roofing tile is.
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Noticing Roofing Leaks And Damage At Your Commercial Property? What To Know

Posted on: 19 January 2018

If you have noticed that the roof on your commercial property is starting to look discolored and damaged, there are water stains on the inside of the roof and leaks in the winter, and that the shingles are crumbling and falling off, it's time for an upgrade. Poor ventilation and damaged shingles can cause ice dams and leaks. You have to protect the investment of the building and the people inside it, so you have to get the roof repaired right away.
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A Guide To Flat Roof Materials

Posted on: 9 January 2018

Roof replacement on flat roof is often a matter of practicality more than a matter of style. That is, commercial building owners' main concern when installing a roofing product, is choosing something that is going to be durable and no-nonsense. They don't care as much about having something that is particularly stylish. Flat roofs need to be more water resistant because they have to deal with standing water. Also, since they are often not visible from the ground, some building owners don't care at all what they look like.
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