Addison Sanders

After I moved into my new home, I realized that there was a serious problem with the roof. There were some shingles missing, and there were large sections that were allowing water to come into the home. I was really discouraged about the problem, so I talked with my family and friends about finding a roofer that could take care of the job. They were able to find me an incredible professional that worked hard to take care of the issue, and it was really nice to see how great of a job he did. This blog is all about getting your roof repaired correctly the first time around.

What Kind Of Roofing Is Best For Collecting Rainwater For Garden Use?

6 December 2017
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If you're a plant lover and want to build an entire home around your love for landscaping and gardening, you're likely considering the gathering and use of the water coming off of your roof. Yet, rooftop rainwater collection relies on a surface that doesn't shed material or chemicals into the water. Choosing the right roofing gives you a steady supply of water you can trust not to damage your plants or leave residue in the soil. Read More …

Roofing Options For A Four Seasons Climate

2 November 2017
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  Each season comes with a change in weather. Heavy snow, extreme rain, cold and hot temperatures may affect your roof. One type of roof may work for heavy snow, another for extreme cold or hot weather and fail to withstand other weather conditions. So how do you select a roof that can withstand different weather conditions? There are several roof types that can handle and withstand a four-season climate. Read More …

Roofing Maintenance Tips For High Vegetation Areas

2 November 2017
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Leaves left on the roof traps moisture until they decompose. As moisture and decomposed leaves accumulate in the roof, they create an environment for weeds to grow. Through time, moss and algae also grow on the roof. These result to rotten shingles that may spread across the roof. You know that your roof is one of the most expensive parts of your home, so you shouldn't ignore roof maintenance if your house is near high vegetation areas or tall trees. Read More …

Are Vegetative Roofs Right For You?

2 November 2017
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Green roofs or vegetative roofs contain soil and living vegetation rather than shingles and other metal components. Having vegetative roofs offers numerous benefits, such as reduced energy costs, urban heat effect, sound insulation, stormwater management, and additional building value and aesthetics. However, to determine whether vegetative roofs are right for you, your roofing contractor will walk through a few different factors. Climate Your roofing contractor might view climate as the utmost consideration in identifying the suitability of vegetative roofs for your building. Read More …

3 Easy Ways To Maintain Your Gutters

22 October 2017
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Having new gutters installed is a wise investment because quality gutters effectively direct water and debris away from your home, preventing costly water damage. In order to keep your new gutters in great working order for years to come, it's important to practice some basic preventative maintenance. Here are a few important ways to maintain your new gutters: Clean Your Gutters Regularly Most experts recommend you clean your gutters at least twice a year, but more often if you have a lot of trees near your home, and especially if you have pine trees. Read More …

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Getting My Roof Repaired

After I moved into my new home, I realized that there was a serious problem with the roof. There were some shingles missing, and there were large sections that were allowing water to come into the home. I was really discouraged about the problem, so I talked with my family and friends about finding a roofer that could take care of the job. They were able to find me an incredible professional that worked hard to take care of the issue, and it was really nice to see how great of a job he did. This blog is all about getting your roof repaired correctly the first time around.

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