how to identify when your roofing needs replaced

Is the roof on your home looking a little worse for the wear? Learn tips for identifying when you need to replace your roof.

5 Tips For Keeping Your Roof In Top Shape

3 March 2017
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No matter what kind of climate you live in, it is important to take good care of your roof. If you maintain your roof year-round, you can reduce repairs and prolong the life of your roof. Here are five helpful tips for keeping your roof in top shape: Install Proper Ventilation If your roof does not currently have good ventilation, you may want to think about making a change. A roof that is not properly ventilated can lead to cracking shingles and other issues. Read More …

2 Lesser Known Roofing Components

1 March 2017
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Many homeowners operate under the mistaken assumption that the shingles are the only roofing component standing between them and a leaky roof. This view leads many to overlook equally important, if lesser known, roofing components—often to their detriment. If you would like to boost your understanding of roofing strategies and materials, keep reading. This article will discuss two additional components located beneath your shingles. Drip Edge A drip edge consists of a piece of sheet metal shaped like the letter T. Read More …

A Beginner’s Guide To Caring For Your Slate Roof

26 January 2017
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From its organic beauty and durability to the fact that it can greatly increase the resale value of your home, according to Roofing Calc, there are several reasons to choose slate roofing. If you've purchased a home that features a slate roof, or if you have recently had your asphalt shingles replaced with slate tiles, chances are you want to know everything you can about how to preserve your new roof's beauty. Read More …

5 Tips For Patching A Lightly Damaged Foam Roof Coating

2 December 2016
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Foam coatings for flat roofs are generally added as part of repairs or renovation of an existing roof, and the durability of the foam allows it to last for years with minimal maintenance. However, small holes and cracks will eventually appear in the foam's surface after enough time passes due to falling branches, hail, birds, and other common roof hazards. Using these tips to patch small damaged spots on your foam-coated roof will give you the best possible results to prevent leaks. Read More …

Remodeling Your Asphalt Roof: Should You Replace Your Roof Or Just Cover It?

18 October 2016
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If you plan to remodel your home, you might decide to cover up some things instead of replace them to save money, including your asphalt roof. Although installing new shingles over your old shingles may seem like the best option for you right now, it may come back to haunt you later. Depending on your roof's age and overall condition, it might have some damage below the shingles and underlayment you can't see, including wood rot from rain and holes from insects. Read More …

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how to identify when your roofing needs replaced

How's the roof on your home looking? The roofing on your home should look nice and it should keep out any rain or snow. When your roofing begins to fail, you will find the sandy particles in your gutters and possibly on the ground below. There are several signs that will alert you to the need of a roofing replacement. Our blog will show you what signs to be aware of so that you can quickly identify the problems before they spread from the outside of your home to the inside of it causing far more damage.

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