4 FAQs Regarding Getting A New Roof

10 January 2018
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If your current roof is old and showing signs of leaking or damage, you should consider getting a new roof before more serious damage occurs. However, there are many different types of roofing options, so if you aren't sure which type of roof is best for you, check out these four frequently asked questions when getting a new roof. How Much Does a New Roof Cost? The price of a roof can vary drastically, depending on several factors, including: Read More 

Time For A New Cedar Shake Shingle Roof? How To Care For It When The Spring Thaw Arrives

23 December 2017
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Now that you're about to have a new cedar shake shingle roof installed, you'll want to provide it with the proper care. If you live in a colder region, part of that care will involve cleaning up after the snow. Your cedar shake shingles may be covered in snow throughout winter, but when spring arrives you'll need to be prepared. You might not realize this, but winter weather can wreak havoc on your shingles. Read More 

3 Maintenance Tasks That Need To Be Done With Metal Roofing

6 December 2017
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Just like any type of roofing you have installed on your home, metal roofing needs regular maintenance and upkeep. To ensure that your roof lasts for many years, there are some things that you will want to do to take care of your metal roofing, such as inspecting and replacing rubber seals. Here are some tips for metal roofing maintenance that will ensure your metal roof lasts for many years: Read More 

The Five Biggest Concerns About Metal Roofing Addressed

2 December 2017
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When it comes to choosing a roofing material, many people steer clear of anything other than asphalt shingles, which are the most popular. However, another material that is increasing in popularity is metal roofing for some of the most basic reasons. Metal roofing is durable, fire resistance, and long lasting. There are many concerns surrounding metal roofing that make people stay away from it as an option though. Here are five of those biggest concerns addressed: Read More 

What Can Happen If Your Commercial Roof Drainage System Is Clogged?

21 November 2017
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Commercial roofs are typically flat, not sloped or pitched. This makes it harder or impossible for water to fall from the roof after it has rained. Because of this, many commercial roofs have a roof drainage system. There are a few drains on the roof that collect the water and then the water is carried through a pipe to a downspout, similar to the one that is connected to the gutters on a residential home. Read More