Roofing Services That Keep Your Roof In Good Shape As It Ages

7 February 2019
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If you're a first-time homeowner, you might think your roof is something you don't have to think about unless it's damaged by a storm or wears out due to age and needs to be replaced. However, your roof needs regular maintenance just like the rest of your house. Here are some roofing services your roof might need over the years to prolong its life and prevent leaks. An Inspection After A Storm Read More 

Mistakes To Avoid When Cleaning Mildew And Moss From Your Roof

10 January 2019
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If you have an asphalt shingle roof and notice a great deal of mold and moss on the surface, then you should clean it off as soon as possible. Mold, mildew, and moss can easily cause substantial shingle damage that requires a replacement. And, while you should get to cleaning as soon as possible, there are a few mistakes that you can easily make that can actually damage your roof in the process. Read More 

FAQ About Home Roof Damage

14 December 2018
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The roof is the main part of a house that prevents outside elements from coming inside and causing damage. However, it is common for homeowners to fail to notice that their roof is damaged until the problems are severe to the extent of being unable to easily be repaired. The best way to avoid getting into such a situation is to ensure that the roof is inspected every now and then, as well as the ceiling in your house. Read More 

Storm Damage To A Roof

20 November 2018
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When a storm occurs, your roof may incur significant damage. Shingles may be blown out of place; limbs or flying debris may puncture your roof; and gutters or downspouts may be dislodged. Nevertheless, many homeowners may not know how to identify early signs of storm-related roof damage before an issue progresses and becomes more expensive to repair. Here are a few types of storm damage and how to identify them. Read More 

Four Roofing Improvements That Reduce Wear and Improve the Energy Efficiency Businesses with Shingle Roofs

18 October 2018
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There are many roofing improvements that you may want to consider if you want your home to be more energy-efficient. Some of the improvements that can be done will also help make roofing more durable and prevent leaks and wear. The right improvements will also help reduce energy costs and maintenance needs. Here are some roofing improvements to consider improving the energy efficiency and durability of your roof. 1. Reinforced Eaves and Gutter Guards to Prevent Wear of Shingle Materials Read More