Tiger Stripes And Plant Life: 3 Signs That Your Home Gutter System Is Turning Into A Jungle In Need Of Repairs

29 January 2019
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The gutters are one of the easiest features of your home to overlook during your regular maintenance checks. After all, they tend to be out of sight and out of mind since they sit so high up on the roof. Unfortunately, there are many things that can go wrong with the gutter system, and repairing damage is critical for directing water off of your house's roof and away from your home. Read More 

Tips For Preparing For Your TPO Repair

23 December 2018
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If you have a single membrane TPO roof on your commercial building, then you should inspect the roof often to see if any damage appears. Holes, scrapes, and tears are common, and as long as the damage is minimal, you can make repairs yourself. You will need to prepare the TPO first, so keep reading to learn about some tips on how you can go about doing this. Use A Cleaner Read More 

4 Warning Signs That You Need A New Roof

5 December 2018
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Do you need a new roof? Is worry about it keeping you up at night? Checking on the health of your roof is simple. Here's what you can look for first thing tomorrow morning.  1. Your Roof is 'Squishy'. Climb up on your roof and look around. It should feel solid or sturdy under your feet. If you would describe it as squishy, chances are you need a new roof. Shingles are meant to keep water from invading your home. Read More 

Tips For Successfully Re-Roofing Your Home Without Removing The Old Shingles

29 October 2018
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Next to replacing an HVAC system, installing a new roof is one of the most expensive repairs all homeowners eventually face. If your time has come, and a new roof is quickly becoming more of a need than a want, then you should not delay. If you wait too long, and your roof starts leaking, then you will also be out the costs to fix expensive water damage. If your home has one layer of asphalt shingles, and you live in a state where a second layer is acceptable under the building code, then you could save a lot of money by installing a new layer of shingles without stripping off the old ones. Read More 

How To Care For Your Fireplace And Chimney

9 October 2018
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A fireplace sounds romantic and cozy, but if you've never had a home with one before, you may not know how to maintain a fireplace to protect against a home fire. If you're house hunting and looking for a home with a fireplace, you should understand how to operate it and know when to clean the chimney. You'll also need to understand how to store wood and burn a clean fire so creosote doesn't build up too fast. Read More