How To Remove Moss From Your Roof

Posted on: 6 October 2015

If your roof is heavily shaded and receives a great deal of rainfall, it is likely that moss will start growing on the surface. If this occurs, it is a serious roofing problem, as moss will quickly degrade most roofing materials, and move or shift your shingles so that water can seep into your home, which can cause further mold and mildew growth in the interior. If you notice that your roof has started to grow moss, you should remove it as soon as possible.
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Four Roofing Solutions To Add Tile And Stone Looks To Your Home

Posted on: 11 August 2015

If you are ready to have a new roof installed on your home, you may not want to have conventional asphalt shingle roofing. Stone and tile materials can be a great alternative to shingles and give you a durable and long lasting roofing solution. There are many choices to give your home the look of stone or tile, and here are some you may want to consider: 1. Clay Tile Roofing For An Attractive Solution
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3 Tips For Removing Snow From A Flat Roof

Posted on: 9 June 2015

If you have a flat roof, you may deal with some snow collection on the surface. There is nowhere for the snow to go but pile up on your roof, so it will require a little more work in the winter. Here are some important things to keep in mind when removing snow from your roof. Get Prepared Instead of just climbing up a ladder and removing snow, you should take a few preparation steps first.
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The Advantages Of Polyurethane Spray Foam Roofing Systems

Posted on: 1 June 2015

When it comes to the roofing on your home, it is very important to choose a type of roofing that will be strong and durable. Polyurethane spray foam roofing is great for both sealing leaks in an existing roof and for completely covering flat-roofed homes. These are some of the advantages of having polyurethane spray foam roofing installed on your home. Strength and Durability  Polyurethane spray foam roofing systems are strong and durable against high winds and heavy storms.
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