You take care of your home because you want and need for it to continue to look good and function properly. There are parts of your home that you should always keep an eye on in order to ensure that they don't need to be repaired or replaced, and your roof is one of those areas. More specifically, here are 6 things that can go wrong if you don’t replace your aging roof.Read More >
When it comes to your roof, you need to keep a watchful eye. Although asphalt roofs last for many years, they must withstand brutal temperatures along with 24/7 exposure to all types of weather. Because your roof undergoes wear and tear on a daily basis, it's vital to keep a watchful eye. In fact, it's the only way to make sure that if a problem arises, you are ready to tackle it with the right types of roof repairs.Read More >
Your roof is one of the most important components of a basic human need: shelter. And like any part of your home and property, roofs are susceptible to normal wear and tear, severe weather and natural disasters, material contraction and expansion, or even poor construction as well as maintenance.Read More >
When inclement weather causes shingles to blow off a roof, most homeowners are quick to call someone to repair the damage. While this prevents any immediate damage or exposure to the roof deck, it ignores the more important question: why did the shingles blow off in the first place? Answering this question will shed light on the underlying problems that may be affecting your roof.Read More >
When you are in the market for a new roof, there are a lot of different things to consider. For example, you want to be sure to ask smart questions in order to make good decisions for your roof. The best way to know how long it will last is by asking 4 questions that will help you better understand the lifespan of your roof. These are questions other than pricing, which will help you understand and get the most out of your roof. By asking these four questions, you will go above and beyond just getting a new roof, but you will understand what it takes to get the best roof possible for your home.
Problems with your roof aren't always apparent until it's too late. Of course, when you start to see water stains on your ceiling, you'll know you have a leak. Even a small leak can quickly cascade into a bigger problem if you don't consider it an immediate concern. If you think you can repair that tiny leak yourself with caulking, you may find yourself in big trouble later on.Read More >
Inspecting a roof is a complex process that you should never do on your own. Different roofs are made of different materials, and therefore, each roof can have it's own unique set of problems. If you have a problem, it's nearly impossible for the average homeowner to figure out exactly what is happening. Certified roofing companies use advanced imaging technology and are highly trained on safety precautions to inspect your roof.
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Considering most homes in North America have roofs made with asphalt shingles, many people have questions regarding their repair. Asphalt shingles are the preferred material for many homes, yet require special considerations if repairing them. We'll discuss some of these considerations and signs to look for, when it comes to roofing repairs with asphalt shingles.Read More >
The differences from one Montgomery County asphalt shingle roof are often significant. It is important for the homeowner to understand the difference between traditional organic shingles and modern fiberglass shingles. Once you know which type is protecting your home and possessions, you'll be in a better position to make informed decisions about roof repairs and roof replacements.
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Cedar shake roofs are well-known for being durable and long-lived. However, even cedar roofs will eventually need repair and replacement. While many cedar shake repairs are simple, they must be performed the right way to be effective and to avoid compromising the roof. Here are a few common mistakes homeowners (and some contractors) make when repairing cedar shake roofs.
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