Damage That Trees Can Cause To Your Roof

Posted on: 22 June 2018

Is your home located in an area that is surrounded by trees? If so, they could be causing damage to your home's asphalt shingles. Here is what you need to know about the potential damage that trees can cause. Scraping If the tree branches hang low enough to scrape against the surface of your roof, they are most likely causing damage to the shingles. When the weather is windy, branches that scrape across the surface can potentially cause shingles to fall off.
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Still Postponing Those Roof Repairs? Why You Need To Have Them Addressed Before Next Winter

Posted on: 3 June 2018

If your roof is in need of repair, it's time to schedule the work. The last thing you want to do is wait until winter to have work done on your roof. For one thing, roofing contractors tend to get quite busy once the foul weather sets in. That's because many people wait until they're faced with a roofing emergency, which can happen once the freezing temperatures arrive. Now that the weather is nice, it's time to take care of those roofing repairs.
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The Benefits Of PVC Roofing

Posted on: 16 May 2018

PVC roofing is a single-layer, thermoplastic roofing material. It is typically installed on flat or low-sloped roofs, so it is commonly used on warehouses and commercial buildings. But if you have a flat residential roof, it can be installed on that as well. If you are looking to re-roof your home's flat roof, learning the benefits of PVC roofing will help you determine if it is a good fit for your roof.
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Roofing Tips To Help Your House Get Through The Summer

Posted on: 3 May 2018

Summer brings with it lots of opportunities to go outside and have fun, but one place that is technically outside your home that you should be paying close attention to as a homeowner is your roof. The warmer months of the year can bring some unique considerations for your roof and attic. Here are some roofing tips to help your house make it through the summer without incident. Start with an Inspection
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