2017

  • Oncoming Windstorm? Take These Steps To Protect Your Roof

    Sometimes a storm pops up out of nowhere, but more often, you have at least a few days' warning from the weather report. If the weather reports are calling for a storm with high winds, you'll want to take this chance to prepare your roof for the challenge it's about to face. Completing these tasks should only take an afternoon—and this will cost you a lot less than having to replace or repair a wind-damaged roof.
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  • 5 Tips For Maintaining Your Roof

    Maintaining a roof should be a top priority of all homeowners. Unfortunately, not everyone keeps up with their roof or gives it the necessary repairs. Not taking proper care of your roof can result in costly repairs and even roof replacement. If you make an extra effort to care for your roof, it will last many more years. Here are five helpful tips for maintaining your roof: Keep Those Gutters Clean
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  • 5 Maintenance Mistakes That Could Decrease The Lifespan Of Your Tile Roofing

    A new tile roof installation can cost as much as $1,000 per square (100 square feet). Fortunately, you can avoid these high costs by maintaining your tile roof so that it lasts a lifetime. By avoiding the following five maintenance mistakes, you can be sure that your tile roof will last as long as possible and cost you as little as possible through the years: Leaving piles of vegetation/debris on the roof
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  • Ditch Your Pitch: Three Reasons To Get A Flat Roof

    A roof that has constant issues due to leaks, you may need to get someone out to do repairs to the roof on a regular basis. At some point, most homes have to have the roof replaced in its entirety, which is a hefty cost. Most residential roofs are pitched, which is common for a number of different house types. One of the things that you may want to consider is taking down your pitched roof and set up a flat roof.
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  • Roofing - Repair Or Replace?

    Are you the owner of your current home? Does your roof appear to have a leak but you can't currently afford to replace it? Fortunately, roof repair is often a viable option instead of pulling off and redoing the entire roof. But before you contact any roofing companies, you probably want to have an idea of whether or not repair instead of replacement will be an option for you. Some things that you can check out or look for include the following:
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  • Six Good Reasons To Choose A Metal Roof

    If you're in the market for a new roof, it's easy to get overwhelmed by all of the choices. You'll find everything from asphalt shingle roofing to classic slate shingles. One increasingly popular choice is metal roofing. It's easy to see why. This type of roofing is durable and fire-resistant. However, these are just two of the many advantages of opting for a metal roof. Benefits of metal roofing 1. Durability.
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  • Repairing Storm Damage To Your Roof

    Damage to the roof of your home, either from a storm or other means, needs to be dealt with quickly. Water leaking through the roof can damage many things inside the home and cause problems structurally as well. If you home has damage to the roof after a storm, having it inspected and obtaining a repair estimate right away should be a priority. You will need one to file an insurance claim but more importantly, you need to get the roof fixed to keep your family, home, and belongs safe from further problems.
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  • Tips to Help Ensure Your Slate Roof Lasts for Generations With Minimal Maintenance and Care

    If you want to have an attractive new roof on your home, slate is a good choice of material. Slate is a natural rock material that will require some maintenance to ensure that it lasts for many years. You may need to do repairs like replace cracked tiles or clean the roof to ensure it lasts. Here are a few tips that will help ensure your slate roof lasts for generations and always looks like new: 
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