3 Essential Things To Look For When Hiring A Roofing Contractor

Posted on: 8 September 2018

How long has it been since your roof was repaired or replaced? Have you recently realized that it's probably been a few decades and that your roof is overdue for an update? Whether you've lived in the house since its last roof replacement or you only moved in a few years ago, it's easy to lose track of how long it's been since anything was done. But when you haven't needed to do anything in the interim, you also may have no idea as to how to go about choosing the right service personnel for the job.
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Commercial Metal Roof Damage

Posted on: 13 August 2018

Is there the odor of mildew in your business establishment that seems to be getting stronger? Figuring out where the mildew is located can be complicated in a large building. If there are any damaged pipes in the building, you should get the roof inspected by a professional as soon as possible. A roof leak can cause numerous problems to develop, as rainwater can fall into wall cavities and sit for a long time without your knowledge.
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3 Signs That Your Roof Needs Repairs Before Solar Panel Installation

Posted on: 24 July 2018

Energy conservation has become more important to home and business owners over the last several years who face rising utility costs and concerns for the environment. While solar panel systems are an effective way to conserve energy, you must understand that the quality of your roof plays a vital role in how much electricity your house requires. It is also important to know that a residential roofing contractor typically requires an inspection before solar panels are installed to ensure that the coverage of your property is capable of holding up the extra weight.
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A Damaged Roof May Put Concrete At Risk

Posted on: 4 July 2018

A damaged roof causing water to enter the home presents serious hazards. Water rots wood. Rotted wood leads to damage and necessary repairs. That's when the issue is inside the home. Some may look at the rain pouring down the exterior side of their house and not worry. They assume the related roof damage isn't a big deal. After all, the water leaks outside the home. Don't make such an assumption.
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