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5 Common Roofing Myths

May 15th, 2020 // Roof Installation
Your roofing system is one of the most important components of your home. After all, it is your home’s primary defense against the elements, protecting you from storms, the sun’s heat and bitter cold. Unfortunately, widespread misconceptions about roof repair might be costing you money! Making decisions for your home’s roof based on non-factual claims … more »

How to Spot Damage to Your Home’s Exterior

May 1st, 2020 // Roof Repair
Owning a home in the midwest makes you all too familiar with the damages caused by hail, rain, wind, and even wildlife. Before signs of damage become clear on your home’s interior, there will oftentimes be red flags and signs of damage to your exterior. We don’t always pay much attention to the consistently sound … more »

Roofing Trends to Avoid and Why

Apr 23rd, 2020 // Roof Installation, Roof Repair
Your roof is a vital component of your home and its overall infrastructure so it’s important to treat it as such. With temperamental Indiana weather constantly unleashing the elements onto your home, it’s important to know how to take care of your home! Follow these simple tips and always contact a roofing professional if you … more »

Roofing 101: Understanding Your Roof

Apr 14th, 2020 // Roof Installation, Roof Repair
Understanding anything is the first and most important step in taking care of it, so to properly care for our roof we have to break it down! Anatomy You’ll notice that a roof is much more than just shingles-it’s a complete system of integrated components and layers all working together to protect the home! From … more »

How to Hire A Roofing Contractor

Apr 2nd, 2020 // Roof Installation, Roof Repair
April showers will not only bring flowers, but potentially roof damage as well. Wind and rain can often lead to loose or missing shingles and leaks this time of year, so who do you call? When bad weather hits an area and causes a leak, it can quickly go from bad to worse when water … more »
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