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.

Problems Created By Poor Attic Ventilation

11 January 2018
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Most people know that poor attic ventilation interferes with their house's energy efficiency. That may be true, but it isn't the only problem you may face if you don't insulate your attic properly. Here are some of the damages poor attic ventilation may cause: Accelerated Roof Deterioration There is no doubt whatsoever that having a poorly ventilated roof will affect the lifespan of your roof. This occurs in several ways; for example: Read More …

Having A New Roof Installed? Three Bits Of Information That Should Always Be Listed On Your Roofing Contract

27 December 2017
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When you hire a roofer to install a new roof on your behalf, you should always have a contract with the roofer. The contract helps to protect both you and the roofer, while also ensuring that you are both on the same page as far as the project goes and helping to prevent miscommunication. There are many pieces of information that should be contained within the contract. Here are three key pieces of information that should always be listed in your roofing contract. Read More …

Maintaining Your Gutters In The Winter

15 December 2017
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The health of your roof is directly related to the state of your gutters. Winter is one of the times that your gutters will experience the most stress. Knowing how to keep your gutters free of ice dams and resolve winter issues if they occur will help you to maintain the health of your roof. Ice In Your Gutter When ice accumulates in your gutter, it's bad news. The water and ice can leak into your home and cause water damage and mold. Read More …

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 …

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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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