What To Expect When Your Home's Roof Is Being Replaced

Posted on: 14 June 2017

For most homeowners, roof replacement is not a frequent occurrence. You might have a roof replaced once, twice, or maybe three times in your life. As such, it's common for homeowners not to know what to expect when the roofing company rolls in and starts work. But since knowing what to expect can make the experience a more positive one for all involved, here's a closer look at what will happen -- and what won't happen -- during your roof replacement.
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Three Types of Roof That Can Be Damaged by Hail

Posted on: 7 June 2017

Some parts of the country are more susceptible to hail storms than others, but practically any location can be hit by a freak hailstorm. After such a hailstorm has passed, you're probably wondering if you should be worried about your roof. And in fact there are several types of damage that hail can inflict on different types of roofs, including asphalt, tile, and metal roofs. Here's how it's likely to affect each of them.
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Three Common Issues Your Roof Will Encounter

Posted on: 29 May 2017

When a roof suffers problems, it can cause sizable issues for the homeowner, as they will have to address these damages to prevent major damage occurring. There are some issues that will be more common for roofs to encounter, and it is important to be familiar with these threats so that the appropriate actions can be taken to protect the house.    Squirrels And Birds It is a reality that squirrels, birds and other small animals may be attracted to the roof.
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Three Factors Of Your Climate That Dictate Whether Or Not Metal Roofing Is Your Ideal Roofing Material

Posted on: 21 May 2017

Many roofing manufacturers would have you believe that their roofing product, whatever it is, is the best one and ideal for your situation; however, there are several environmental factors that vary by situation and can make all the difference in which roofing product actually is the best for your roof. Some types of roofing perform better in warm climates than other types do, for example, and there are also weather factors that can cause problems for some types of roofing more than others.
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