Ways To Keep Your Roof Long Lasting And Your Home Protected

8 February 2018
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Your roof provides important protection for your home, and you should check it regularly to repair any damage before it causes further problems. Here are recommendations to prevent your roof from receiving damage from winter ice and pests that can lead to interior damage to your home. Check for Interior Ice Dam Damage Keeping an eye on the condition of your roof during winter can help keep your roof from experiencing damage from ice dams. Read More 

Why Tile Roofing May Be The Best Choice For You

28 January 2018
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When you are thinking about replacing the roof on your home, you may be a bit overwhelmed with all of the options available to you. While there are many roofing options that you may be looking into, tile roofing might be one of your top contenders. Before you make your final roofing material decision, get to know some of the reasons that tile roofing may be the best choice for you. Read More 

Three Signs You Need To Repair Your Metal Roof

19 January 2018
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Metal roofing materials are much more durable than their wooden and asphalt counterparts, but just like every other exterior surface of your home, they are exposed to a massive amount of different weather conditions which can cause them to begin to degrade over time. Damaged roofing panels can cause water damage within your home that can lead to mold growth and expensive repairs. While companies like The Roof Doctor can offer more information, below are the warning signs of worn and aging metal roofing to help you catch damage early. Read More 

Slate VS. Wood: Information About These Two Natural Roofing Materials

8 January 2018
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Roofs are difficult to repair. The work can be technical, difficult, and dangerous. So, homeowners who are planning on updating their roof should always think about the strength of the product. You also need to think about the difficulty of repairing different materials. This article takes a look at two of the best roofing materials for homeowners who prefer a strong and low maintenance material. Slate and wood are two of the most common roof products for residential construction, but they have very different maintenance needs. Read More 

3 Roof Inspection Tips To Help Catch Leaks Before That Cause Costly Water Damage

19 December 2017
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The roof of your business is important to protect against water damage, but it is difficult to find problems that need repair. When you know how to inspect your roof and find leaks and other damage that needs repair, you are going to be less likely to have serious water damage from leaks. Here are some roof inspection tips that will help you find problems that need to be repaired before they become too costly: Read More