3 Ways To Reduce Problems With Fungus And Rot On Wood Shakes

Posted on: 24 January 2018

If you have a wood shake roof, proper maintenance will help ensure it lasts for generations. Throughout the life of wood shakes, you will be battling problems with fungus and rot. There are different maintenance and improvements that can be done to prevent these problems, such as regular cleaning and use of sealants. Here are some of the things that you can do to reduce problems with fungus on wood shake roofs:
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3 Different Choices Of Affordable Asphalt Shingle Alternatives For Reroofing

Posted on: 15 January 2018

If you are planning on reroofing your home any time soon, it is time to start considering the type of new roofing materials to use. Asphalt shingles were once the main choice, but today you also have many alternatives that can even be an affordable solution. Here are some of the options that you will want to consider if you want affordable asphalt shingle alternatives. 1. Affordable Metal Roofing for Roof Replacement Projects
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Four Common Reasons Why Your Roof Installation May Be Delayed

Posted on: 30 December 2017

Not all home improvement projects are started and completed on time. A new roof installation is one such example. If you are waiting on your contractor to install a new roof, and it seems as though he or she will never start and/or complete the job, you should take the time to realize that there are reasons for the delay. It helps you accept the fact that other things need to be addressed so that your new roofing project can be completed smoothly and quickly.
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3 Important Things To Know About Discolored Roofs

Posted on: 19 December 2017

Are you a first-time homeowner? Does the color of your roof have you wondering if you need to start setting aside money to replace the whole thing? Discolored shingles can certainly be a sign that your roof needs to be replaced. However, this does depend on what's creating the discoloration. In many parts of the country, your roof may become discolored by a specific type of algae that likes to grow on the shingles.
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