Why Use Steel Overlay Roofing

6 April 2018
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When you're in the process of replacing your roof, you'll have a couple of options to pick from. You can rip off the old roof and replace it with brand new material, or lay a new roof on top of the old one to save some money. It's common to lay new material over old material when you are using the exact same material. However, a steel overlay can go on top of different materials. Read More 

Do You Know What Condition Your Roof Is In?

25 March 2018
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The roof is one of the most important parts of the house. However, it's also easy to ignore since it's usually out of reach. Because of this, many homeowners have no idea what condition their roof is in. The roof protects the rest of the house from the elements. If it's compromised, you could be looking at thousands of dollars in damages. Additionally, it's not just the items in the house that are at risk. Read More 

3 Signs You Need To Replace Your Gutters

17 March 2018
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Your gutters are an essential part of your home's roofing system, as they work to properly drain water off of your roof and away from your home. Just like all other exterior systems on your home, however, weather exposure and general age can cause your gutters to become worn and damaged. Malfunctioning gutters can cause all sorts of problems to your roof and the interior of your home if left unchecked. Read More 

Common Causes Of Hole In The Roof

5 March 2018
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Holes in the roof are some of the worst kinds of damage that your house can experience; it will lead to roof leaks plus associated damages. Here are some of the reasons roofs develop holes: Storm Damage There are many ways in which a storm can damage your roof, and some of them may end up leaving holes in your roof. For example, a storm can rip of a section off the roof, rip of roof flashing or even rip off a few roof shingles. Read More 

Things That Cause Your Roof To Lose Granules And How To Make Repairs

23 February 2018
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Asphalt shingles have a top layer of granules that protect them from UV damage. These granules can shed for a variety of reasons and signal problems with your roof. When they shed, you may see granules around the foundation of your home or in your gutters. Here are some reasons for granule loss and what can be done about it. Granule Loss On A New Roof It can be normal to find granules in your gutters when you've had a new roof installed. Read More