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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.

3 Reasons To Go With An Aluminum Roof

4 April 2017
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Is your old roof on its last legs? If it's time to start thinking about a new roof installation, one of the first questions you'll want to answer besides which contractor to hire will be what type of material you should go with. While there are many options available, more and more homeowners today are going with aluminum for their new roofs. Here are three reasons why you might want to get a new aluminum roof installed today. Read More …

Three Things To Know About Roof Maintenance

4 April 2017
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In order to make sure that you are giving your home all that it needs to be in good condition, you will need to care for your roof and prevent it from weakening and falling apart on you. It is a homeowner's duty to care for the roof, but this is difficult to do unless you are aware of everything that comes with the territory in this regard. To learn about three solid ways to maintain your roof, apply these suggestions and start researching the best roofing contractors in your area. Read More …

Spring Has Sprung: 3 Steps to Get Your Roof Ready for April Showers

4 April 2017
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Now that winter is officially over, you might think that your roof is in the clear. Unfortunately, that's not necessarily true. In fact, your roof – and your home – may face serious threats now that spring rains are on their way. Those seasonal rains can wreak havoc on your roof, which in turn can spread to the interior of your home. This is particularly true if your roof leaks. Before the rains arrive, it's a good idea to give your roof a thorough once-over. Read More …

Show Your Home’s Gutters Some Love This Season

4 April 2017
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When you show your roof some love this season with repairs or replacement shingles, take time to tend to your gutters, too. These are an integral part of your roofing system, and when they are not working properly, you open yourself up to potential property damage and costly repairs. Taking care of your roof means paying attention to your home's gutters, too: Look for leaks. An easy way to tell if your gutters are leaking is to pour water down at different points in the gutter system, and watch for water that drips out. Read More …

One Surprising Reason Your Asphalt Roof May Wear Out Faster

4 April 2017
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Your asphalt roof is subjected to quite a few environmental elements that affect its longevity, and manufacturers try to account for them when making their products. However, one damaging element that gets overlooked is the sun's UV rays. Here's how sunlight destroys your roof and what you can do to prevent it. UV Rays vs. Asphalt Roofs Asphalt does a good job of resisting heat damage, but the electromagnetic radiation in ultraviolet light—the invisible light responsible for tans and skin cancer—can do a number on the material. 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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