Problems With Your Commercial Roof? Signs You Could Be Dealing With A Serious Leak

Posted on: 11 December 2017

You never know when a roof leak is going to rear its ugly head during the winter, especially during particularly wet winters. Unfortunately, it's not always easy to identify a leak in time to prevent serious damage. However, if your commercial roof has a significant leak, it will give you some very obvious signs; signs that will require immediate attention. If you've noticed any of the problems described below, you need to contact a commercial roofer as soon as possible:
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Ready? Set? Layer-Click! How Fast Vinyl Siding Installation Can Be Done

Posted on: 29 November 2017

Vinyl siding installs very quickly. It is the most common and most popular type of house siding because of how fast the installation procedure goes. In fact, if you wanted to try installing some of your own siding, you could. Here is how quickly and how easily you can install this type of siding. Vertical Corner Pieces First The slats of vinyl siding have to be inserted into the corner pieces.
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Wood And Ceramic Roofs Compared

Posted on: 19 November 2017

Replacing your roof is a big decision because it costs a lot of money and it transforms the entire style of your property. If you're going to replace your roof, you want to choose a product that will improve your home style while also making your home more energy efficient. Two of the most popular roofing products are wooden shingles and ceramic tiles. This article compares the two materials, specifically how they rate when it comes to energy efficiency, maintenance, and style.
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Warning Signs That You Need a Brand New Roof

Posted on: 8 November 2017

An often neglected part of the home is the roof. After all, with the roof mostly being out of sight, many homeowners don't even think to look at it until the signs of damage have been there for quite some time. There are some ways to tell if your home needs a new roof by looking for these four signs. Missing Shingle Granules The top of asphalt shingles are made up of tiny things known as granules.
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