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Time for New Shingles?

Like any other component of your home, ever so often you’ll be surprised to find that even your roof could use a little TLC, and when that happens, often times the damage starts on the outside rather than the interior. So here are three clues that will help you realize that’s time for a serious … more »

Licensed, Bonded, and Insured Contractors

Finding a well-trusted roof repair service can be fickle, especially if you’re not exactly sure what you’re searching for. Many roof service companies will advertise that they are licensed (or certified), bonded, and insured. That sounds official, sure, but what exactly do those words mean for a customer like yourself? Below we’ve broken down these … more »

Do-It-Yourself Roofing

Roofing is serious business. Whether it’s leaking, deteriorating, or damaged, it’s likely going to require professional inspection and repair. But as you are liable to discover, professional roofing might not be the most cost effective method. Here’s a few Do-It-Yourself roofing maintenance tips you may want to consider in order to help increase the longevity of … more »

The Real Truth About Ice Dams

Ice dams – What you need to know before calling a roofer If you own a home in an area where cold temperatures are common, you may be familiar with an unruly problem known as ice dams. You may also have experienced roof damage that was likely caused by an ice dam, but without fully … more »

Spring is around the corner, is your roof ready?

7 things to ensure your roof is spring-ready The snow is melting, temperatures are rising, and coats are starting to seem a little silly to rock. Yep, spring is on its way. While your spring cleaning checklist might include buying new patio furniture, don’t forget one of the most essential and often overlooked sections of … more »
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