Three Types Of Common Roof Damage

Posted on: 3 March 2018

There are many different types of issues that your roof may be unfortunate enough to experience. Being aware of these issues and the steps that you should take when they arise can be important for minimizing the damage to the house and the cost of repairing it. More exactly, there are three types of damage that may be especially common for roofs.      Winter-Related Damage The winter months can be extremely wearing on your home's roof.
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2 Seemingly Small Problems That Could Deteriorate Your Shingled Roof

Posted on: 24 February 2018

At first glance, you may feel that your home's roof is intact. However, sometimes small issues could be deteriorating or rotting out your roof without you realizing it. If you notice either of following small problems with your roof, it may have damage of which you might not be aware. Loose or Missing Nails After a strong wind storm, you may notice a few roofing nails laying on the ground. Or, you may see a few sticking up on the roof, indicating they have become loose.
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3 Signs You Need To Have Your Shingles Replaced

Posted on: 9 February 2018

If you're like most people, you rarely pay much attention to your roof. In fact, you might not pay attention to your roof until you've got a leak in your house or you need to inspect it after a storm. Unfortunately, ignoring your roof can leave it susceptible to some serious damage. If you've got asphalt shingles, serious damage doesn't always require a complete roofing replacement. Sometimes, it can just mean that you need to have a few shingles replaced.
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4 Signs It's Time To Call A Roofing Professional To Your Home

Posted on: 27 January 2018

No homeowner wants to deal with costly and unexpected roofing repairs, but the truth is that most homeowners will need to make significant repairs or invest in total replacement of their roof at some point. By knowing the "red flags" to watch out for that indicate the need to call a roofing professional, you can stay on top of roof repairs as they become necessary. Your Roof is More Than 15 Years Old
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