Roofing Problems That Don’t Call For A Replacement

18 January 2018
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Replacing a roof is an expensive project, which is why some homeowners fear consulting roofing contractors when they have roofing issues. These homeowners fear the dreaded "needs to be replaced" news from the contractors. That shouldn't be your fear, however, because there are a lot of roof damages that don't call for a replacement, such as these: Missing or Damaged Shingles The shingles are the most visible part of the roof, so it makes sense that most homeowners panic when their roofing shingles get damaged or fly off the roof. Read More 

Wintertime Roofing Advice

27 December 2017
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It can be easy to forget about the condition of your roof if the weather has been gorgeous outside lately. You may catch yourself going about your daily chores without a thought in the world that revolves around your roof. However, this great weather won't last forever. Once those winds pick up, the dark clouds start rolling in, the moisture moves in, and the temperature drops, you may find yourself suddenly becoming aware of the fact that you haven't been paying attention to your roof. Read More 

Ready For A New Look For Your New Home? 4 Reasons You Should Go With A Cedar Shake Shingle Roof

20 December 2017
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If you're building a new home, and you can't decide on the type of roofing material to use, don't forget to add cedar shake shingles to the list. If you've been avoiding cedar shake shingles because you're heard they're susceptible to wild fires, you should know that new cedar shake shingles have been treated for improved fire resistance. Cedar shake shingles will add a touch of beauty to your home, especially if you're going for the woodsy, or rustic appearance. Read More 

Warning Signs Of Gutter Problems

11 December 2017
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It's easy to forget about your gutters, but if they're clogged or damaged your home can undergo some serious damage. If your guttering overflows with water or doesn't route it down the downspouts properly, the water can seep through your walls leading to structural damage, damage to your landscaping, and mold and mildew growth. You should already be cleaning your gutters or having someone do it for you at least once a year, but take a look at your gutters for signs of damage or other problems that could cause them to fail if it's been awhile since you've done so: Read More 

Insight To Help You Repair And Replace Your Roof For Winter

29 November 2017
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To avoid having interior moisture problems in your home this winter, it is a good idea to handle any roof repairs or replacement before wet and snowy weather arrives. This will help prevent moisture from seeping into your home through existing leaks over the winter, and also prevent moisture damage from happening while your home interior and roofing layers are exposed as the work is progressing. Here are some tips and insight to help you complete minor repairs or a full replacement of your roof. Read More