3 Questions You Need To Ask When Looking For A Roofing Contractor

Posted on: 5 December 2018

Do you have a roof that has recently started leaking? Are you tired of dealing with your leaky roof but you aren't sure what you need to do now? Finding a roofer to fix your roof can seem like a daunting challenge if you've never had to deal with the situation before. But it doesn't have to be so challenging. Asking the right questions will help to ensure that you have chosen the right roofer for your needs.
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3 Great Roofing Materials To Consider When Having A New Commercial Building Constructed

Posted on: 29 October 2018

It often is an afterthought, but the roof on your commercial building is an important component. If your new building is currently being built and you need to choose a commercial roofing material, consider these options first. They come with many benefits.  TPO  One of the more popular material options for commercial roofs today is TPO, otherwise known as thermoplastic polyolefin. It is pretty affordable compared to the other material options on the market, which is nice if you don't have a lot of assets when completing this extensive construction.
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A Look at How Trees and Leaves Can Damage Your Roof

Posted on: 10 October 2018

You know that wind and hail can cause roof damage, but you may not give thought to the leaves that pile up on your roof at the end of autumn. These can cause roof damage as well. The trees around your home can cause roof damage in a number of ways. Here's a look at the repairs you may face due to trees in your yard and how you can avoid or minimize the damage they cause.
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5 Questions You Might Have For A Home Roofer

Posted on: 24 September 2018

If you're wondering whether your place might be a candidate for roof repair work to be performed, it's a good idea to learn a little about the topic before talking with a contractor. These 5 areas of concern are ones that home roofers often hear about. Does the Roof Need Replacing? The replacement of a full roof on a residence is likely to be a once- or twice-in-a-lifetime event. There are three issues that might lead to a replacement project, including old shingles, mistakes made in the original installation, and compromise of the underlying structure.
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