3 Reasons DIY Roof Repair Is a Bad Idea

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DIY repairs around the house are an excellent way of keeping costs low. However, some repairs are better off left to experts. A DIY roof repair will probably result in more damage because most time, you're working with guesswork. You can upgrade to LED lighting, unclog your kitchen sink, or freshen up the wall paint in the kids' bedroom. But when it comes to your roof, avoid the temptation to try a DIY repair.

19 February 2021

Considering Spanish Tile Roofing? 3 Things You Need To Know

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Spanish tile roofing offers a beautiful and classic look. This kind of roofing can elevate your home's appearance and increase its value. There are other reasons to consider Spanish tile other than its appearance; it's also incredibly durable. Tile roofing lasts longer than many other kinds of roofing. There are numerous reasons why you may be interested in Spanish tile, and there are a few things you should know before you install this type of roofing.

4 January 2021

Tips For Full Roofing Maintenance And Repair During Winter

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Roofing maintenance and upkeep is a constant process to keep your home protected, no matter what time of year it is. Whether there is snow on the ground or green grass, make sure your roof is in good repair, and correct any problems that arise so you can prevent serious damage. Here are some recommendations to help you take care of your roof over the winter and keep your home protected from damage.

4 January 2021

Commercial Roofing Information For Business Leaders

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Commercial roofing is a part of your business's building that you may not always give the level of attention that it needs. More specifically, business leaders can make a series of critical mistakes that could greatly increase the chances of their business's roof suffering a problem that could result in the need for major repairs to the building and even potentially the closure of the business until this work is done.

11 December 2020

Three Things That Can Affect A Roofing Budget

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There are many factors that can affect the cost of a new residential roof. The following are three main factors that can increase the cost of your new roof installation. 1. Contingencies Before you receive a quote, any quality roofer will do a full inspection of both the outside of the roof and the underside. Even with a full inspection, there are sometimes contingencies that come up that simply couldn't be determined during the initial check.

18 November 2020

How to Check the Certification of Your Roofer

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As you prepare to have renovations or remodeling done on your roof, you will begin to see a need for a certified contractor. You may already understand the importance of certification for your roofer. You know that your warranty may be voided if you do not use a certified contractor. You may also have an issue with making further claims to your insurance company if damage occurs. What you may not know is how to check your roofer's background for certification.

20 October 2020

Composite Shingles And 3 Things To Know About Them

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Commercial business owners know that one of the most important things about their building is the roof. Even with proper maintenance, there will come a time for the roof to get replaced. When it's time to replace the roof, there are many kinds of commercial roofing from which to choose. Replacing the roof with composite shingles is a good option. Composite shingles are made from synthetic materials instead of natural ones.

7 November 2019