2020

  • Tips To Help You Prepare For Your Upcoming Roof Replacement Project

    When you own your home, roof work is usually an inevitable project to keep your home fully protected from the elements. Here are some recommendations to help you get ready for your home's roof replacement project. Choose a Replacement Method Your home's existing roofing is at the end of its lifetime, but will you need to have it removed first? Most roofing companies know that it is economical and legal to place your new roof over the old layer of shingles without causing any problems down the line.
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  • Five Ways Damaged Gutters Can Damage Your Home

    Your gutters serve an important purpose in protecting your roof and home from damage. Understand how gutter issues cause damage so you can spot when a repair needs to be made. 1. Roof Leaks When gutters aren't draining properly, water can backflow a few inches up the roof from where it hits the gutter. This backflow can seep beneath the shingles at the roof's edges, where it can leak into your attic.
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  • 2 Tips For Preventing Ice Dams On Your Home's Roof

    As winter weather approaches, you may be worried that the harsh conditions will damage your roof, especially if you have problems with ice dams forming along the edges. If this is the case, there are a couple of things that you can do on a regular basis that can help prevent the formation of ice dams so that you can help maintain your roof's overall condition. 1.  Check and Clean Out Your Gutters Periodically
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  • Roof Sounds and When You Should Contact a Roofing Contractor

    Most roofing issues are noted due to the poor appearance of the roof. However, sometimes you may notice that something is wrong simply by the noise your roof makes. There are a few distinct noises that should be addressed by a professional, so contact a roofing contractor for an inspection if you hear one of the following things. Slapping Sounds If strong winds commonly come bristling through your area, then you may hear a telltale slapping sound during a wind gust.
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