2019

  • 4 Roofing Tips to Protect Your Home from Leaks After a Replacement

    The eventual replacement of roofing will also provide an opportunity to improve the roof of your home. Some of the improvements that you may choose to do have to do with the aesthetic improvements, while others will protect your home from leaks and water damage. The following roofing tips will help you choose the right improvements to protect your home from damage when you have a replacement done: 1. Update the Watershed of Your Roof to Reduce Wear That Causes Leaks
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  • Stay On Top Of The Home Maintenance: How To Take Your Roof From Winter To Spring

    Now that the weather is finally warming up, make sure your roof is ready for spring and summer. These two seasons subject your roof to warm, wet weather; two issues that can cause serious damage. Here are some steps that will help you avoid roof problems. Start With a Clean Slate If you want to make sure that your roof is ready for spring and summer, start with a deep cleaning.
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  • 5 Benefits Of Spray Foam Roofing

    In the past, when a commercial building needed a new roof, a single-ply membrane of rubber was usually applied. However, spray polyurethane foam roofing is quickly becoming the more popular option. Here is a look at the benefits of this type of commercial flat roofing method. Spray Polyurethane Foam Roofing Is Easy To Apply The existing roof is cleaned in preparation for the foam application. Organic debris, such as leaves, as well as any inorganic garbage is removed, and the surface is cleaned to ensure good product adherence.
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  • Understanding Roofing Dry Rot and How It Can Be Avoided

    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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