The Many New Roof Choices and Options

How Strong Storms Can Damage Your Roof

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Think your home is protected when a bad storm comes through town? If so, know that storms can cause a lot more damage than you think. Here are three ways that your roof can suffer after a storm. Hail Damage The problem with hail damage is that it may not be immediately noticeable. When you think of roof problems, you may only think of real damage being when water is coming into your home. Read More»

3 Unique Roofing Options To Consider

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Are you sick of traditional asphalt shingles? Do you want the exterior of your home to stand out from other homes in your neighborhood? If so, then you may want to consider one of these three roofing options to help add to the overall curb appeal of your house.  Metal Roof Metal roofs can either be done on the entire roof or just on an accent part like above dormers or the front porch. Read More»

A Guide To Roof Deck Reinforcement And Insulation

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Roof replacement can be a daunting upgrade. The problem is that once you remove your existing roof material, you might find that there is structural damage to your deck that needs to be repaired before you can move forward. This can often cost more than the actual roof replacement. This is one reason why many people put it aside. Obviously, having your roof inspected by roofing contractors before you make such a big decision is very important. Read More»

3 Things To Consider When Getting A Slate Roof

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The look of slate roofs can give your house some real character. You may think that slate will be the perfect material for your house. But, before you make that decision, there are some things that you are going to need to think about so that you have all the relevant information to make your decision.  1. Weight Slate roofs are heavy. Even when they are thin, they are still stone, and in general, stone is heavy. Read More»

The Shoes You Wear While Working On Your Roof Matter

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When you climb on your roof, you must have a safe pair of shoes that will not slip or slide. If your shoes do not grip well on the surface of the roof, then you are at risk of falling off and seriously injuring or killing yourself. However, the price is not always the best factor when it comes to choosing footwear for roofing work. Even inexpensive boots can do a great job keeping you safe, as long as they comply with the following: Read More»