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The Do’s & Dont’s Of Roofing

Replacing a roof can be a major project that involves considerable preparation for the process to run smoothly. You'll have to research the type of materials that will be necessary for your particular roofing project, and deal with costs that meet your budget limits....

Homeowner’s FAQs About New Roofs

As a homeowner, your roof sits as heavily on your mind as it does your house. Your home is your castle, and like all castles, it needs to be properly fortified against marauders in the form of weather, pests and temperature extremes. It helps keep your climate control...

How Snow And Ice Affect Your Roof

Winter weather is actually a very destructive force. Sure, people equate it to car accidents, heavy snows, and other hazards to travel. But that’s actually mild compared to what it can do to structures, especially your roof. Your roof is your home’s first and last...

How to File a Roofing Insurance Claim

Your roof is one of the most important (and expensive) components of your home. It prevents the weather from getting in, it keeps pests out, and of course, it keeps your climate control in. If your roof is shabby, damaged, or subpar, it will severely damage your...

Home Siding Options: What You Need To Know

Siding technologies have come a very long way in the past thirty odd years. As a result, you may be seeing some really attractive, modern, vivid installations even on older homes around your neighborhood. As a homeowner who takes great pride in your home’s appearance,...

What Is A Low Slope Roof?

Unless you work in specific fields (roofing, construction, architecture, real-estate), you’ve probably not heard the term “low slope roof”. But you undoubtedly have heard the term “flat roof” before. These are actually the same thing, more or less. This may sound...

What is a Shingle Roof?

When people think of roofs, they tend to picture one of three materials – ceramic tiles (for that Latin/tropical/old world aesthetic), utilitarian metal sheets, or the classic roofing shingle. However, a lot of people may not realize that shingles come in a variety of...

What Does Hail Damage Look Like On A Roof?

Hail is one of the most destructive common weather phenomena out there. Sure, tornadoes, hurricanes, and floods pack a bigger punch, but these aren’t daily occurrences in most parts of the world. Hail, however, can happen anywhere, seemingly out of nowhere. These...

What Are Roof Shingles Made Of?

A common question we always have, when looking at a material we don’t personally work with, is “what’s that made of”. This is an especially common question roofers get, in relation to shingles. They’re referred to as “asphalt shingles”, but to non-roofers, asphalt is...