The Many New Roof Choices and Options

Reasons To Consider A Metal Roof

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The roof of your home is one of the most important aspects of a safe and secure home. If the roof is leaking or there is other damage to the roof you may find that your home is no longer safe. The roof not only keeps the elements from the home, but it is a structural support for the entire home as well. That is why you need to be very careful with the material that you choose for your roof. Read More»

Is Your Mobile Home's Roof Beyond Repair? What Are Your Replacement Options?

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If you live in a mobile or manufactured home, you’re already aware of the importance of keeping water leakage to a minimum–with your home’s relatively thin walls and floors, even a small leak can quickly lead to structural weaknesses and other types of damage. Often, by the time you notice a visible leak or hear the “drip, drip” of falling water after a rainstorm, your roof is beyond the point of repair and will instead require replacement. Read More»

Recycling Used Asphalt Shingles

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Many people are dismayed by the sheer volume of waste produced when stripping an old asphalt shingle roof. The good news is that those worn out shingles no longer have to be destined from a trip to the landfill. Instead, they can often be recycled at an appropriate processing facility. If you would like to learn more about the ways in which your old shingles can find new life, read on. Read More»

New House Have A Metal Roof? 3 Strategies For Keeping It Maintained

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Metal roofs offer many benefits such as lasting longer than other roofing materials such as shingles. While you can look forward to many years of problem-free living with a metal roof, it is important to realize that this durable material does need a little care. Over time, metal roofs are exposed to weather elements and other hazards that can cause them to leak just like other types of roofs. Fortunately, you can keep your house dry by using these strategies for keeping your roof maintained and in good repair. Read More»

A Roofing Contractor May Use These Quick Fixes For A Leaky Roof

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There’s no need to panic when you see signs that your roof is leaking — often, in the form of a wet mark on the ceiling of your top floor or, in worse cases, actual drips of water coming from the ceiling. Instead of panicking, call your local plumbing service right away — and if you notice the problem outside of business hours, call a plumbing service that has an emergency phone number. Read More»