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The Good, The Bad, The Worn Out Roof

What many homeowners don’t realize is that the longer you postpone your roofing maintenance or replacement, the more sensitive your roofing structure becomes and the higher of a flight risk you’ll have your hands. A worn out roof is a ticking hazard waiting to drain your pockets time, and energy. Chances are, you’re no expert … more »

Before You Move In, Check Your Roof Status

When buying a new property, it’s not just the scheduled monthly mortgage you should be concerned with, it’s the unforeseen home repair costs that come after signing your contract that have the tendency to keep you up at night. Replacing the entire roof on your new home can easily cost upwards of about twenty thousand … more »

5 Roof Maintenance Tips Every Homeowner Should Know

Summer is that time of year when we can all muster up the motivation to finish up all those needy house projects that might have spilled over from the previous year. And for many homeowners what’s not on that to-do is the one thing you cannot afford overlook or postpone for a later date, your … more »

How to Detect a Roof Leak

Detecting that your roof has suffered significant damage is one thing, but finding a roof leak, which has the likely potential of starting in one place and ending up in another, is a whole different beast. Roof leaks can easily become a pesty issue because it can cause extensive damage to your property. But the … more »

Roof Repair Blogs to Help Accelerate Your Next Project

For you Do-It-Yourself-ers out there who enjoy taking the occasional stab at home repair projects despite the temptation to lunge for the yellow pages directory or probe Google for answers, we applaud you. And to show our gratitude and to encourage you to keep breaking things, we’ve listed a few roof repair blogs that may … more »
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