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The Most Common Causes of Roof Damage

When it comes to roofs, small problems can quickly become major ones, which is why it is important for homeowners to learn the biggest risks to their roofs and how

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3 Benefits of Aluminum Soffit

Even though many homes do have soffit installed, many homeowners aren’t completely aware of what it is. If you look up at your homes eaves, or even the eaves of

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What Can Happen to a Home When the Roof Fails

Eventually every roof will fail and need to be replaced or repaired in some form. The roof endures all kinds of elements season after season, year after year, and the

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How to Protect Your Home from Rainy Season

In some parts of the country, the rainy season can last several months in a row and may be return later for more. In other areas, the rainy season may

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Costly Roof Repairs, How do I spot them before I buy.

The roof featured above, is it in good shape, poor shape, need of repairs? Is it leaking? Does it need to be replace? All these questions you should be asking

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Fall Protection for Roofing Workers

When working on an exterior home design project there are few areas as dangerous as the roof. When you get multiple workers within a small area, as well as tools

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5 Common But Avoidable Commercial Roofing Problems

Just like residential houses, commercial buildings also experience roofing problems. Given the elaborate nature of commercial roofing, however, any problems with roof design or structure can be extremely costly. On

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Synthetic Roof Underlayment

There are two types of roof underlayment typically in use today – felt and synthetic. Most roofers are familiar with felt and have used it for years beneath asphalt roofing

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What Is A Roofer To Do Now That Winter Has Come?

Winter tends to be the slowest part of the year for roofers. The weather gets bad and makes it increasingly dangerous to work on roofs. Plus, it’s the holiday season

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Do I need a contract with my roofer?

A Contract with your roofer is important. It protects both you, and your contractor. It should not be looked at, as mistrust thing but as a clear written understanding as to what