3 Common Causes Of Leaks In Metal Roofs

Posted on: 25 August 2017

From the initial purchase and moving in to installing window treatments and cleaning your carpet, the challenges of home ownership are easy to see. The roof is an imperative part of the home, but you may not place enough emphasis on understanding and maintaining it. Considering a metal roof has a life expectancy of 50 years or more, you may think this durable material does not require any maintenance or repairs.
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Five Often-Overlooked Signs Of Impending Roof Collapse

Posted on: 16 August 2017

When you think of the worst things that could happen to your roof, what comes to mind? Most people will say a leak or having a branch blow onto it during a storm. But in fact, the worst thing that could happen to your roof would probably be for it to collapse. If you're in the home when it happens, there is a good chance you won't survive. Even if you're not in the home, you'll have thousands upon thousands of dollars in repairs to make -- and it may not even be worth salvaging what's left.
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3 Reasons To Consider A Metal Roof For Your Home

Posted on: 5 August 2017

One of the best roofing options that many people overlook for their homes is a metal roof, mostly because this type of roof can provide a range of benefits that can include everything from being extremely durable to being extremely light and versatile. Listed below are three reasons to consider a metal roof for your home. Can Help Reduce Your Cooling Bills One of the biggest benefits provided by a metal roof is a result of the fact that the metal is very shiny and reflective.
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Stay Safe During Spring Roofing Repairs

Posted on: 12 April 2017

If you have roof repairs or refurbishments that you want to make this spring, stay safe when you are up there. There are over 100,000 injuries per year related to homeowner's falling from their roof; take some precautions to prevent one of these accidents. Reduce the risk of accidents and falls with these safety tips: Drink plenty of water. Make sure to stay fully hydrated when working in hot weather on a warm rooftop.
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