Tips For Removing Ice Dams From Your Roof

Posted on: 14 March 2017

Did you need to get your roof repaired due to ice dams that formed during the cold winter? If so, this is a problem that you would rather not have to deal with again. It happens because your roof has hot spots that cause water to melt, which flows down the roof until it reaches a cold spot. The water freezes, creating an ice dam that can cause damage to the roof, such as leaks or structural damage.
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Cut Energy Costs With These Improvements Residential Roof Replacement

Posted on: 10 March 2017

Efficiency is a concern with the average cost of home utility costs going up. When you need to do repairs like a roof replacement, energy efficient improvements are going to be a good way to reduce your energy costs. Today, modern roofing can provide you with solutions like reducing heat gain, renewable energy and better thermal barriers. Here are some of the best energy efficient improvements to do with your roof replacement:
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Three Types Of Roof Damage That Are Harder To Spot After A Storm

Posted on: 7 March 2017

After a thunderstorm, hail storm, or hurricane blows through your area, it's wise to look over your roof for signs of damage. But while most homeowners know to look for missing or peeling shingles, this is not the only type of damage a roof can sustain in a storm. Here are three other types of roof damage that are often overlooked until they cause leaks or water damage.  Loose flashing
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Why To Consider Metal Roofing When You Renovate Your Home

Posted on: 3 March 2017

Renovating a home is exciting because you get to pick out all the features you like. One thing you'll need to decide on is the type of roof the home will have. Before you go with a traditional asphalt shingle roof, you should consider your other options, such as a metal roof. Metal roofing has several advantages. Here's why you may want a metal roof on your renovated home. Metal Protects Your Home
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