3 Things to Know About Replacing Your Roof

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If your roof is reaching the end of its life, you are going to need to have a new roof installed. When you have a new roof installed, you can choose to do an overlay or a teardown. You can also choose to change the roofing material on your home and the look of your roof when you have it replaced. The cost and ability to fix your roof may vary greatly based on the time of year.

17 April 2018

Is Your Metal Roof Getting Old? Why Apply A Protective Sealant To The Surface

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Is your home's metal roof aging, yet you do not have the cash on hand to replace the material? If so, you could extend the life of your metal roof a bit longer by using a protective sealant. This can provide many benefits to metal roofing that you may not be aware of. Sealants Protect Metal From Outdoor Weather Your roof protects your home from the outdoor weather, but your roofing material can also use additional protection for itself.

4 April 2018

How To Replace Rotten Roof Decking

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If you notice roofs leaks, check the roof decking. The wooden roof decking under the shingles prevents water from entering the home. Rotted roof decking should not be ignored because it could eventually lead to mold and further structural damage.  Anyone with some basic DIY skills should be able to repair it without professional help. Fix the rotted roof deck boards by following these tips. Prepare to Fix the Deck Boards

24 March 2018

4 Tips For Avoiding Extreme Storm Damage

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The last thing you may want to deal with is issues at your home. However, there is always a possibility of severe storms in any area. The good news is that you can make significant home improvements that can minimize or reduce the potential for damage to your property. Being aware of tips to make this possible is sure to be beneficial to any homeowner. Tip #1: Inspect your roof

7 March 2018

3 Great Applications Of Spray Foam Roofing

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If you don't keep a constant eye on your roof, particularly if it is flat, you could run into problems with leaking through your roof deck. Flat roofs are extremely vulnerable to water leaking because standing water can deteriorate your roofing material, adhesive, or fasteners and eventually let water into your roof deck. So, as a homeowner, if you don't keep an eye on the outside of your roof, you might not know that there's a problem until you start to have water leaking into your house.

2 March 2018

How To Prevent Ice Related Roof Damage

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Have you noticed those large icicles hanging off your roof? While they may look pretty, they are actually an indication that your roof could be damaged from that ice. It will help to know how to prevent all the ice related roof damage from happening. Clean The Gutters When the leaves fell down from the trees last fall, chances are a lot of them wound up in the gutters of your home.

23 February 2018

Three Reasons To Regularly Clean Your Roof

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Your roof provides a practical function to your home and protects it from weather conditions and the elements, but it also represents a massive portion of your home's exterior design and carries a great deal of aesthetic weight with it. Roof cleaning is an important part of maintaining both of these functions: knowing why roof cleaning is so important can help you understand why you should make it a part of your home maintenance schedule.

8 February 2018