The Many New Roof Choices and Options

How To Secure Loose Shingles Before A Big Storm

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Do you have some loose shingles on your roof? If the weather report is calling for storms and rain in the coming days, you may not have time to call a professional roofer to come repair your roof before the bad weather hits. Thankfully, with some basic materials and DIY-skills, you can secure those shingles and prevent them from blowing off completely in the wind and rain. This won’t be a permanent fix; you’ll still want to look into roof repair by Power Roofing or a similar company soon. Read More»

Two Methods For Removing Moss From Your Roof

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If your roof is frequently shaded by tree branches, chances are good that it will begin growing moss. To curb the moss growth permanently, you’ll have to trim away those tree branches to expose the roof to more sunlight. In the meantime, however, you’ll need to focus on removing any moss that is currently present. Here are two simple ways to do that: Method 1: Bleach and Water When to use it: This method is the easier of the two, but it should only be used when you are not worried about killing any plants surrounding your home. Read More»

It's A Long Way Down: Ways To Stay Safe When Your Roof Needs Repair

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If you have been meaning to repair the roof of your home, remember to stay safe. It may not seem like a big project, but if you consider that falling off a roof accounts forone-third of fall-related construction fatalities annually, it warrants caution. Don’t crouch when working. Crouching down on a roof for an extended period can increase the chance of a fall due to your legs falling asleep or difficulty in standing up. Read More»

Three Questions To Ask When Hiring A Roofing Contractor

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When the roof of your home is in need of repair or replacement, hiring the right roofing contractor for the job gets the project started on the right foot. It’s conventional to make a short list of contractors you’re considering and talk to each of them to have some basic questions answered. Of course, you’ll want to ask questions about the cost of the job, ensure that the contractor is licensed and experienced and might even ask him or her to provide a list of references. Read More»

4 Tips for Getting a Rainwater Barrel Installed with the Help of Professional Roofers

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Collecting rainwater through your roofing by means of a  water barrel is a fantastic way to take advantage of the natural rainfall throughout the year, which can be used for landscaping and other work outdoors. In order for to collect rainwater safely through your roofing, look into the following tips and the benefits of hiring a professional for help along the way. Make Sure Your Gutters Are Kept Free of Debris Read More»