Three Signs You Need To Repair Or Replace Your Roof

Posted on: 10 January 2018

Your home's roof is exposed to a massive amount of stress due to the weather conditions that it has to withstand, which can cause a serious degradation of your roofing materials over time. A worn or damaged roof will greatly increase the chances that water will find its way into your home, where it can cause extensive structural damage and contribute to mold and mildew growth. Fortunately, there are a few signs of a worn-out roof that you can keep an eye out for to determine when you should contact a roofing contractor to repair certain sections or replace your entire roof.
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3 Things To Consider When It Comes To Commercial Roofing

Posted on: 31 December 2017

Replacing the roof on a commercial building tends to be different than replacing the roof on a private residence. Commercial buildings, whether it's an office building or a warehouse facility, tend to be much larger than most residences. The materials used often differ from what is commonly used for roofs in private residences as well. The construction process also tends to be different since the roof is so much larger. When replacing the roof on a commercial building, here are three things to keep in mind.
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Need a New Roof? Benefits of Buying Your Roofing Materials Through the Contractor Doing the Replacement Work

Posted on: 16 December 2017

When you need a new roof, you have a decision about where to buy your roofing materials from. You can go through a roofing supply company and order the products yourself, or you can order them through the roofing contractor who is installing the new roof from you. The contractor will likely be using the same suppliers you will be using, which may leave you wondering if there is any benefit to ordering through the contractor or whether you should cut them out and order directly.
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Winter Time Precautions: Keep Your Roof And Home Safe With These Tips

Posted on: 5 December 2017

If the shingles, gutters, and other roofing structures are gradually falling apart, it's essential that you repair them before the cold season arrives. Winter's harsh weather conditions can wreak havoc on your deteriorating roof. Ice dams and icicles could form on your roof and cause significant damage to the rest of your home. Here are some things you can do to keep your roof and its structures safe during the cold season.
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