How To Tell If Your Roof Needs To Be Repaired Or Replaced

2 December 2016
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Visible leaks and water damage along the ceiling and the top of the walls may occur from roof related damage. Throughout the years the wear and tear of extreme weather conditions may have caused additional damage to your roof. The ability to quickly locate those trouble spots and have them fixed or repaired can save you from a major construction project in the future. The information below provides some details on how to tell if it's time to have your roof repaired or replaced. Read More 

Moving To A Cold Region And Building A Home? Tips On Roofing And Radiant Floor Heating

19 October 2016
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If you are building a new home in a region that gets a lot of snow and ice, you need to take some things into consideration. Below are two things you should consider when building your home to keep you and your family warm when the temperatures are below freezing outside. Roofing When designing your home, design the roof so that it does not have any valleys. This is because snow and water will accumulate in the valley and when the temperatures get below zero, this water and snow will freeze up. Read More 

Financially Feasible Options for Dealing with a Severely Damaged Roof

19 October 2016
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Fiscal prudence and an adherence to safety dictate a leaking roof must be repaired without delay. Unfortunately, a homeowner may not even know that a roof is leaking. Holes in a severely storm-damaged roof may drip water, but the water could be absorbed by insulation. Eventually, the weight of water-sogged insulation breaks through the drywall. By this point, the damage is revealed but may be extensive, and so a careful approach to budgeting the repair work must be taken. Read More 

Tips For Identifying A Tudor Home – And How To Choose The Best Roofing Material

18 October 2016
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Do you know the architectural style of your home? It's okay if you don't; many homeowners don't have a knack for architecture or fail to see why knowing would matter. But identifying your home's architectural style can help you make informed decisions when undergoing remodeling and restoration projects such as a roof repair or replacement. The name Tudor is sometimes attached to homes that don't actually have the characteristics of that style. Read More 

3 Roofing Improvements Beneath the Shingles for a More Durable Solution

18 October 2016
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Asphalt shingles will eventually need to be replaced on your home, and, when replacing them, you may want to consider some durable solutions, such as underlayments and flashing. Improving these features can make your roof more resistant to problems like excessive wear and leaks. Improving your roof replacement can help you get more life out of your shingles and reduce repair costs due to leaks and issues with wear of the roofing materials. Read More