4 Tips For Making Your Next Roofing Job Safer

Posted on: 29 August 2017

If you're a homeowner, you may need to climb on top of your roof at some point. This could be due to a repair that needs to be made or simply cleaning your roof. It's important to practice safety at all times to minimize the possibility of injury. The last thing you will want to deal with is getting hurt while working to fix a roofing problem. Knowing some tips to assist you can be the key to being as safe as you need to be during this project:
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Spotting Damage To Your Foam Roof

Posted on: 18 August 2017

Maintaining the integrity of your home's roofing system is critical when it comes to ensuring your residence remains structurally sound. Many homeowners opt to add a specialized type of coating known as foam roofing to the top of their existing roofing materials for additional protection against water and other contaminants. Caring for your foam roofing is essential when it comes to ensuring this coating performs properly. Here are three types of damage that could compromise the integrity if your foam roofing in the future.
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Four Roof Installation Approaches And What Each Entails

Posted on: 16 August 2017

Roofing contractors have so much to do when it comes down to a roofing installation. First and foremost, they have to investigate the roofing consumers have. Then they have to recommend new roofing products and provide estimates for the work. Finally, they have to recommend a roof installation approach that will work best. If you are replacing the roof on your home, or adding a roof to a new home, here are the three approaches your roofing contractor might suggest.
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4 Common Roofing Problems And How To Prevent Them

Posted on: 8 August 2017

The roof of your home is one of the most important outside fixtures to take care of. This is because the roof protects the interior of your home heavily from many damages that the outdoor weather conditions could cause. Plus, the roof protects your home from losing out on energy expenses so long as it is properly sealed. To keep your roof in good condition, you should know of some of the most common problems and how to prevent them:
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