Understanding Roofing Dry Rot and How It Can Be Avoided

Posted on: 15 January 2019

If you have an asphalt shingle roof and want to prevent serious damage across the roof, especially as it ages, then you need to worry about issues such as dry rot. If you are unfamiliar with dry rot, then keep reading to learn what it is and how it can be prevented. What Is Dry Rot? Dry rot, or roof rot, is an issue that occurs when fungus infests the building materials that cover your roof.
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What To Look For When Selecting A Metal Roofing Supplier

Posted on: 19 November 2018

Metal roofing can be used on many different structure types, including homes, warehouses, commercial spaces, barns, sheds, and patio covers. If you are looking to re-roof a small structure, such as a shed or storage space, you may be thinking about doing the roofing work yourself. But before you can begin, you must first select a metal roofing supplier. With so many companies that sell metal roofing sheets and metal roofing supplies, you may not know where to begin.
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Solar Panel Answers For Homeowners To Review

Posted on: 19 November 2018

Using renewable power in your home can be an excellent way of reducing the costs of powering your home while also helping the environment by reducing the demands on the local electrical grid. While these benefits can be sizable, homeowners will still need to learn more about this upgrade before they are able to confidently oversee this change. Will Solar Panels Be Too Heavy For Your Home's Roof? One of the first concerns that homeowners may have about adding solar panels is whether or not their roof will be able to support these large panels.
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Tips for Caring for Metal Roofing Material

Posted on: 16 October 2018

Do you own a building that has metal roofing? If so, you may be unfamiliar with the care that is required over the years, since it can be quite different than a roof made with asphalt shingles. While metal requires less maintenance than other materials, it can still have problems over the years. Dirt can accumulate, algae and mold can cause stains to form, and the surface can become less energy efficient as the protective coating wears off.
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