Adding An Addition To Your Home? Considerations To Make For Roofing Material

Posted on: 26 October 2017

Are you in the process of adding more square footage to your home with an addition?  If so, one part of the job you may not have put much thought into is the roof.  An addition gives you an option for what kind of roofing materials you use, and it doesn't need to be the same kind as the rest of your home.  Here are some things to think about if you switch to a new roofing material for the addition.
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The Most Efficient Roofing Materials

Posted on: 16 October 2017

Replacing your roof is a great remodeled that will completely overhaul the style of your exterior. However, style is not the only thing you need to worry about when it comes to roof replacement. You also need to closely consider how different products require different maintenance and have varying degrees of energy efficiency. This article looks at the key differences between wood shingle and clay tile roofs. These are two of the most popular materials for residential roofing:
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A Roofing Company's Portfolio: Why It's Completely Normal To Ask

Posted on: 5 October 2017

When you are ready to hire a roofing company to replace your roof, you might want to see what other jobs the company has completed. You wonder if this is an awkward thing to ask the owner of the roofing company. Actually, it is not. Most roofing company owners welcome the chance to flaunt their best work. Here is why it is completely normal to ask a roofing company owner for a job portfolio—in pictures, of course.
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Inspect Your Business's Roof Before Winter

Posted on: 26 September 2017

With winter on its way, you want to make sure your flat commercial roof is able to withstand the harsh weather of the season. This can be complicated if you aren't sure what constitutes a problem. The following guide can help you understand the most pressing problems to watch out for. What kind of membrane is on the roof? Flat roofs differ in construction. Many have an asphalt membrane, which is simply tar and gravel laid down to create a waterproof surface.
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